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Posted 03 March 2015 - 11:00 PM

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QUOTE (bob @ Jul 17 2011, 10:03 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
1. wira 1.8 EXi (A), 1996, 201k, Lantoi, Cheras Kajang.
2. wira 1.5 (M), 1997, >200k (SOLD) wira 1.6(M), 1999, >200k wira aeroback, ahboy, kepong KL.
3. wira 1.8 EXi (A), 1996, 430k, iamthekop, sg buloh
4. wira 1.5 (A)a/b 1997, 180k, mmycvc, penang
5. wira 1.6 Xli (A) a/b, 1993, XXXk (SOLD) Lobak, Puchong
6. Wira 1.5 GL (A) a/b, 1996 Mosh. KL
7. Wira 1.5 GL (A) sedan, 1993 Nextar KL - 8.5 lit/100km
8. wira 1.6A C98 sedan, 215K 1996 alldisc(6th owner), bangi
9. wira 1.5 GL (M) sedan, 290K 1994 mfg210, KL
10. wira 1.8 EXI (A) a/b,1996,>160k, fizul9254 Penang.
11. wira 1.5 (A) Fuel Injection MMC, 2000, 170,000km, OKR, KL
12. Wira 1.6xli (A) ab.1994 400000km Kota Damansara
13. Wira 1.5 GL (A), A/back, 1996, 340K, MuhdRazif, Puchong, Selangor.
14. Wira 1.8 EXi (A) sedan 1997, 300k, hazli rawang selangor
15. Wira 1.5 (A) sedan 1997, 320K, R10
16. Wira 1.6 Xli 1993 arman308
17. Wira 1.5 Gli 2000, 200K, 7866
18. Wira 1.6 (M) A/B Millennium Ed, 2000, 75K, Dogbert, PJ - 12.5km/liter
19. Wira 1.3 (M) sedan, 1995 >>>200K, Hassan Melati KL *tak pena overhaul
20. Wira 1.5 (A) sedan, 2000, 400k, chiewwl, sg buloh selangor (still running good. can go outstation...no major damage.
21. Wira 1.5 (A) sedanm 2000, 106k, bob (dad car), klang .
22. Wira 1.6 (A) A/B 1999, 216k km, yus li, senawang..engine & gearbox still ori..ha ha..rm50/290km..not bad ha..
23. Wira 1.5 (M) sedan, 1993 - 8KM / lit, Kuching.

24. Wira 1.5 (A) a/b, 2001, 290k, bob, shah alam


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Posted 10 March 2015 - 12:47 PM

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Dear Wira Fan & Guru,

I heard my mechanic said wira 1.5 can use 1.6 clutch, does 1.6 clutch feel stiffer to press? Kindly share your experience and knowledge. This is the matter that I concern the most, because I always drive in congested traffic in KL. Which brand of 1.6 clutch would you recommend ?

Thank you very much!

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Posted 11 March 2015 - 08:54 AM

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QUOTE (evergreen @ Mar 10 2015, 12:47 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Dear Wira Fan & Guru,

I heard my mechanic said wira 1.5 can use 1.6 clutch, does 1.6 clutch feel stiffer to press? Kindly share your experience and knowledge. This is the matter that I concern the most, because I always drive in congested traffic in KL. Which brand of 1.6 clutch would you recommend ?

Thank you very much!

Why would you want to do that? What benefit?

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Posted 11 March 2015 - 02:09 PM

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QUOTE (evergreen @ Mar 10 2015, 12:47 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Dear Wira Fan & Guru,

I heard my mechanic said wira 1.5 can use 1.6 clutch, does 1.6 clutch feel stiffer to press? Kindly share your experience and knowledge. This is the matter that I concern the most, because I always drive in congested traffic in KL. Which brand of 1.6 clutch would you recommend ?

Thank you very much!




first... when people talking upgrading 1.5 clutch into 1.6 clutch...

the benefit is to get higher clutch clamping capability (via bigger clamping surface area pretty much like a big brake disc and caliper upgrade)....while retain similar clutch paddle feels (if maintain using oem clutch kit)



BUT the catch is.....

u need to remove your stock flywheel, send the flywheel along with the clutch assembly to the engineering shop a.k.a machine shop for them to re-drill new bolt hole suits the 1.6 clutch cover... (1.5 and 1.6 clutch cover use different bolt location obviously due to the size differences)...and then get the whole assembly balanced properly....


then after those job done properly, u can install the ready new 1.6 clutch set and flywheel pretty much like any other stock oem clutch set.....


clutch paddle feel remain soft but the clutch grip level was better....


side note: this clutch upgrade was done when your engine power level really needs them (for track,time attack purpose,competition,major power upgrade of modified engine)... for stock engine and normal driving...this upgrade is pretty much useless..waste of money.....

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Posted 11 March 2015 - 09:17 PM

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Dear Sir,

Appreciate your sharing above, it is very good !


Thanks.

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Posted 12 March 2015 - 08:08 AM

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QUOTE (rallychamp @ Mar 11 2015, 02:09 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
first... when people talking upgrading 1.5 clutch into 1.6 clutch...

the benefit is to get higher clutch clamping capability (via bigger clamping surface area pretty much like a big brake disc and caliper upgrade)....while retain similar clutch paddle feels (if maintain using oem clutch kit)



BUT the catch is.....

u need to remove your stock flywheel, send the flywheel along with the clutch assembly to the engineering shop a.k.a machine shop for them to re-drill new bolt hole suits the 1.6 clutch cover... (1.5 and 1.6 clutch cover use different bolt location obviously due to the size differences)...and then get the whole assembly balanced properly....


then after those job done properly, u can install the ready new 1.6 clutch set and flywheel pretty much like any other stock oem clutch set.....


clutch paddle feel remain soft but the clutch grip level was better....


side note: this clutch upgrade was done when your engine power level really needs them (for track,time attack purpose,competition,major power upgrade of modified engine)... for stock engine and normal driving...this upgrade is pretty much useless..waste of money.....

That is why I ask what for?...haha
My Vr since is daily drive uses Normal Exedy clutch only, no need upgrade racing clutch also.... smile_tongue.gif

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Posted 12 March 2015 - 11:36 AM

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QUOTE (vr2turbo @ Mar 12 2015, 08:08 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
That is why I ask what for?...haha
My Vr since is daily drive uses Normal Exedy clutch only, no need upgrade racing clutch also.... smile_tongue.gif



yeap..my scooby also on stock clutch....

but last month tried drag race with guys from club... 2 runs already clutch hangit.... laugh.gif


next step would be upgrading the friction plate using sport.metallic type but retain stock clutch cover....because scooby stock clutch already have firm paddle feel...and stock clutch cover rated can handle up to 320hp (at engine).....

plus since mine was 5mt (nicknamed as glass gearbox in scooby world) i would rather have weak clutch grip instead of broken transmission when doing hard launch.... tongue.gif

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Posted 13 March 2015 - 08:00 AM

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QUOTE (rallychamp @ Mar 12 2015, 11:36 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
yeap..my scooby also on stock clutch....

but last month tried drag race with guys from club... 2 runs already clutch hangit.... laugh.gif


next step would be upgrading the friction plate using sport.metallic type but retain stock clutch cover....because scooby stock clutch already have firm paddle feel...and stock clutch cover rated can handle up to 320hp (at engine).....

plus since mine was 5mt (nicknamed as glass gearbox in scooby world) i would rather have weak clutch grip instead of broken transmission when doing hard launch.... tongue.gif

Wow! scooby stock pressure plate so strong ah! Yah! heard of the gb problem for scooby too....

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Posted 13 March 2015 - 10:39 AM

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QUOTE (vr2turbo @ Mar 13 2015, 08:00 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Wow! scooby stock pressure plate so strong ah! Yah! heard of the gb problem for scooby too....



yeap....after driving myvi or any other manual car...when driving scooby feels like driving car with heavy duty clutch set already smile_tongue.gif

5mt is quite ok for normal drive/abuse...but for heavy launch it was famous eating 1st and 2nd gear due to torque....
but the 6mt well known for it strength....can do 11sec pass at drag strip without problem of heavy launch....

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Posted 14 March 2015 - 12:47 PM

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QUOTE (rallychamp @ Mar 13 2015, 10:39 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
yeap....after driving myvi or any other manual car...when driving scooby feels like driving car with heavy duty clutch set already smile_tongue.gif

5mt is quite ok for normal drive/abuse...but for heavy launch it was famous eating 1st and 2nd gear due to torque....
but the 6mt well known for it strength....can do 11sec pass at drag strip without problem of heavy launch....

I drove my friend's sti 6mt and is a dream to drive.... smile_thumbup.gif

Ah! I think we better drive the scooby back to 10 years Wira club. Our alignment gone haywire.....hhahhahahhaha smile_big.gif