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H4 car and some questions about finshing touches


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I have a 1995 CX that I am preparing for H4, and finally found a USDM Z6 swap to put in. My question is about the clutch, I have opted for the lightweight flywheel which means stock clutch. So I now need to know the definition of stock. Like I go to the honda dealer and order a new clutch or can I get one of these ebay oem daiken clutchs? My other question, is that I got a set of Function coilovers from Japan, and they have a different style rear LCA that is stamped metal and the bushing is in the shock instead of the arm. Wondering if these are legal or not. I actaully see the arm as downgrade because it's stamped and will flex more than the USDM cast iron units, but I'm on a budget and would prefer to not have to add my suspension to the useless pile along with the JDM Z6 I wanted to use. Worst case I could slot them and have them be my camber adjustment device and therefore legal according the LCA post I was reading.

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I have a 1995 CX that I am preparing for H4, and finally found a USDM Z6 swap to put in. My question is about the clutch, I have opted for the lightweight flywheel which means stock clutch. So I now need to know the definition of stock. Like I go to the honda dealer and order a new clutch or can I get one of these ebay oem daiken clutchs? My other question, is that I got a set of Function coilovers from Japan, and they have a different style rear LCA that is stamped metal and the bushing is in the shock instead of the arm. Wondering if these are legal or not. I actaully see the arm as downgrade because it's stamped and will flex more than the USDM cast iron units, but I'm on a budget and would prefer to not have to add my suspension to the useless pile along with the JDM Z6 I wanted to use. Worst case I could slot them and have them be my camber adjustment device and therefore legal according the LCA post I was reading.

 

were did you see that you have to run the stock clutch if you use a light weight flywheel?

 

here is the rule

a) The flywheel may be replaced with others of unrestricted origin, provided it is the same diameter

as stock and would accommodate a stock clutch and pressure plate. (See item b) as well.)

b) The clutch and pressure plate may be replaced with others of unrestricted origin so long as the

pressure plate would bolt to a unmodified OEM flywheel.

 

Now what that says is that you can use any clutch and pressure plate, as long as it would bolt to an unmodified OEM flywheel. IT DOES not say that you have to use a stock pressure plate and flywheel.

 

 

About the rear LCA, it is not legal end of story. Every one is on a budget, and we understand, but next time read the rules and ask questions like this before you make a purchase.

 

FYI the RLCA you are talking about are better then stock 1992-1995 civic.

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Ok now that deciphered the legalese I see that any clutch so long as it would bolt to a oem flywheel, not that it has to. I thought you got to choose one either the clutch or light flywheel. As for the LCA's I own RSImports so I got the set with a clip, I will run them until I am done with Novice at least. I haven't roadraced since 2000 so I have to take the Novice program over again. Thanks for the clarification.

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