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ROD RELEASE CYLINDE
[Part#: 3147314030] Toyota 0 1 6.26
i cross referenced the p/n and its off the supra tt/is250 so this is what you put in and no chirp?? im about to make another order ha

edit: nevermind, thats the same part i put in and i still have a chirp :[

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went the Toyota E Parts Store route as posted above. parts came in a reasonable time. everything worked out. so i'll vouch for them as well. that and their price + 10% beats all of the dealers near me even with the shipping cost. so its no brainer for me esp for OEM parts.

regarding the chirp... mine developed 2 months after install and its a little embarrassing because everyone knows i do my own work ha. i only replaced the slave rod with the supra TT one. should i replace the whole slave cylinder? i know another member made their own 82mm rod as well; but as of now, i cheat and ride the clutch ever so slightly to avoid the chirp which slave cylinder did you guys go with? supra na? or just a new is300 w/ tt rod?
I just used a return spring to pull on the arm of the slave cylinder. it's mentioned somewhere in this thread. took a couple attempts to get the tension right, but i haven't heard it since (last summer or something). i could only hear it while in neutral at idle also, not sure if that's the case for you.
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I just used a return spring to pull on the arm of the slave cylinder. it's mentioned somewhere in this thread. took a couple attempts to get the tension right, but i haven't heard it since (last summer or something). i could only hear it while in neutral at idle also, not sure if that's the case for you.
ahhh i did read that now that you mention it. i just didnt recall it since i read it before i did the install. yeah it only chirps in neutral at idle. thanks man!

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I bought a new slave cylinder and the chirp remained. Don't spend money on a new slave cylinder; just install the spring as mentioned.
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Does anyone know how much power this set-up can hold?

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Just one question guys im currently doing my swap but idk what throw bearing to use if the IS o supra
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Anybody do this in the Los Angeles area, if so what shop did you go to and how much. Talking install not the parts. I know a shop in Hawthorne Torrance area that will do my clutch which is slipping after 230k miles all of a sudden. Now I want this setup, but I dont know if the shop can handle this type of setup if it needs extra instructions.

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Im doing this swap soon, just ordered the parts. Ill keep you guys up to date in case anybody wants to do this still. Im just in the ordering stage though. the eparts store still exists and so does the 10% discount so they are the best to order from, but shipping soaks up all that discount but still, it would've been in the under 6 hundred range for all the parts.

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My parts arrived, I got everything mentioned in this post. placed the order late thursday, got the parts the following tuesday. heading to my mechanic possibly thursday.

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Into the shop on Thursday, out of the shop on Wednesday. I paid 675 for the work. Car feels fantastic. No issues so far.

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Into the shop on Thursday, out of the shop on Wednesday. I paid 675 for the work. Car feels fantastic. No issues so far.
what shop did you take it to?
I just saw this post. If I had seen it earlier, I would've recommended Lextech in Silverlake area.

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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.

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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.

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