So that would be a T-40 flywheel and pressure plate, with a W58 clutch plate? This is tempting. I still have one of your W-50 adapters I havn't installed because my T-50 has not broken yet . But I do like the W-58 gearing better.......l
My conclusion is since I already have the 2jzge flywheel on the 1jz engine(working fine with the w58), I can keep that setup with my w58 pressure plate, and continue to use my clutch that fits perfectly on the shaft and looks identical to my r154 clutch. Basically I know my w58 clutch setup will install on my r154.
as for the 1jz flywheel, u don't necessarily need it. u can use the 2jz fly. the only thing u'll need to do is to have the flywheel drilled and threaded for the bolt pattern of the r154 pressure plate (or not if you confirmed the w58 clutch is indeed able to be used). but for $223 dollars, why not get a new flywheel, unless u recently just got a new one...
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