I've been subscribed to this thread for a long time, waiting for my OE clutch to give out. It started slipping in 3rd and so this holiday break I got into it.
I did the work myself on jack stands; this was my first clutch job. Generally I followed the procedure here: Clutch Swap DIY.....
(I will follow up later w a post to that thread with some tips on doing the work, but no real surprises by comparison.)
Below is the parts list with the prices I paid. Items were bought either at Toyotapartsestore.com or toyotapartsdeal.com.
qty. Price Total p/n Item
1 $340.00 13405-46040 N/A Supra flywheel
8 $49.52 90910-02103 Flywheel bolts
1 $6.32 31473-14030* Slave cyl push rod (from TT Supra)
1 $74.35 31250-30391-84 N/A sprung clutch disc
1 $6.24 90363-12002-77 Pilot bearing
1 $54.43 31230-22101 Release bearing
1 $35.45 90311-90006 Rear main seal
1 $96.35 31210-30261-84 Pressure plate
3 $2.82 90250-08054 Dowel Pin
4 $4.00 9010510466 Drive shaft bolt
4 $3.32 9017810007 Drive shaft nut
4 $5.04 9056010102 Drive shaft washer
2 $11.06 9091706046 Y-pipe gasket
3 $3.57 91515-81035 Bolt - header/y exhaust
3 $3.60 90177-10001 Lock nut - header/y exhaust
Total: $696 (+taxes, shipping)
Some related points...
- car has 190k km (120k Mi). Stock flywheel was def. needing replacing (springs were dead) and clutch disc was pretty thin.
- I installed "slave cyl push rod" with the boot collar 'neck' closest to the slave cyl. No clutch pedal adjustment was needed, and so far no chirping from the throw-out bearing. I have a return spring on-hand in case this changes. FWIW I've never had the TOB chirping problem. Car is an '04.
- pedal feel is def. lighter than stock setup
- I removed the clutch dampener years ago
So far I'm very happy w the change.