Exedy OEM Replacement Clutch Kit | Multiple Fitments (FJK1001)
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Subaru OEM Replacement Clutch Kit by Exedy
If you've kept your vehicle relatively stock and just need to replace the clutch, this is the kit for you! This clutch kit by Exedy is designed almost identically to the OEM clutch specifications, but you get a higher quality product. This kit features a new pressure plate, clutch disk, throw out bearing, pilot bearing and alignment tool. Everything needed for a simple installation.
- OEM Spec Torque Capacity
- OEM Spec Clamp Load Capacity
- Organic, Sprung Hub Disc
- Includes Everything Needed for Installation
Please Note: This clutch is not intended for race use
- 2015 - 2018 Subaru WRX
- 2006 - 2014 Subaru Impreza WRX
- 2010 - 2012 Subaru Legacy 2.5GT
- 2007 - 2009 Subaru Legacy GT Limited
- 2007 - 2009 Subaru Outback XT Limited
- 2006 Saab 9-2X Aero
What's In The Box?
- 1 - Pressure Plate
- 1 - Clutch Disc
- 1 - Throw Out Bearing
- 1 - Pilot Bearing
- 1 - Alignment Tool
Exedy Manufacturer's Warranty
Everything was good quality. I downgraded from a stage 1 exedy clutch, I’m very happy with the feel and fitment of this. The grease provided was minimal, grab some extra, don’t be shy with grease and cleaning.
It was good and came on time
Just got the clutch in and when I opened it the quality is way better and much more better than OEM clutch. I can’t wait to install it in my car! Thanks MAPerformance!
I installed this clutch almost 2 years ago and have about 25,000 miles on it. Which is about how long the original clutch lasted. My immediate reaction was that it felt so much smoother and quieter than original. Certainly grabbed harder than original. Pretty good if your stock or stage 1. It hasn’t started slipping yet but it grabs higher than when first installed. My suggestions would be to get something a little beefier if you’re going to do a good amount of mods but not a bad clutch at all. The install was one of the biggest pains I’ve ever gone through but worth it. I noticed pretty much no lube on the trans input shaft where the throw out bearing sits and that’s probably why the replacement was smoother. Pay attention to where everything came from when removing and don’t force anything. I ended up bending a rod on the shift cable which made it much harder to get into 5th 6th and reverse and eventually replaced the one cable/rod. Honestly if you have access to a engine lift, you might be better off pulling the motor instead of the trans. Just be prepared to replace the turbo studs where the jpipe mounts which shouldn’t be too bad with the motor out. Also replace the motor mounts and maybe spark plugs while you’re in there as both suck to replace with the motor in. Overall a good value and ordering from MAP was painless as always. Thanks again guys! You never let me down!
My OEM clutch was starting to get whiny and I knew the throw out bearing was going bad. So once it finally gave I decided to give this OEM replacement a try. The kit has all you need to replace the clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, and flywheel bearing (kind of a pain in the butt to replace without a press but doable with a soft hammer). My clutch finally feels like a clutch now and not like trying to squish a taxidermy squirrel. BUT still no sticker with the parts....