[B]qty. Price Total p/n Item[/B] 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 [B]Total: $696 (+taxes, shipping)[/B]
I purchased both the Toyota 90910-02103 and ARP 203-2802
However, based on Celica owners that do a 2JZ-GTE swap they claimed the ARP bolts are too long, and will bottom out. But this may just be the 2JZ-GTE crankshaft is threaded and expecting the 6 speed.
Has anyone used these bolts when doing the Supra flywheel? I'd imagine the IS300's 2JZ-GE may use a much different crank shaft in combination with the massive flywheel on the W55, so the crankshaft may have a bit more threading to accommodate that (Especially if they used torque to yield bolts).
ARP seems to document that these will work just fine on the W58 flywheel, which I guess only is ever paired up with the 2JZ-GE. None-turbo.
for fitment issues, it should be kosher. parts reliability it can be up in the air. they're oem replacement parts which aren't factory oem. so even tho it's cheaper, you get what you pay forWill it be fine with LuK or SACHS flywheel and clutch kit on rockauto instead of Toyota OEM??
It is way cheaper than Toyota OEM flywheel.
I'm not in the United States and not much supra or is300 parts here.
I have to import these parts and pay tax on import.
I did this a while ago and barely get in my IS now a days but when I do, I still love the feel and the sounds too. Mainly cuz I ride an SUV. I go from a low power sitting up high SUV back to my IS low to the ground manual tranny. Anyways enjoy that setup. Im looking for tires for my IS so I came back here to look around.View attachment 133940 View attachment 133942
Finally, I did replace stock dual mass flywheel with LuK OE Flywheel and AISIN clutch kit for Supra SZ from rockauto.
Local repair shop did it for me with 200$.
No issues at all. Perfect fit. Awesome. Now I dont need to wait for RPM decrease when I shift from 1st gear to 2nd gear!
Alright, it's finally done! I can't believe how much of an improvement it is. The engine speed rises and falls faster and smoother. There is less vibration with this setup, and changing gears is smoother because it is easier to rev match. I wish I would have done this sooner. It is MUCH sportier than before. Anyway, here are the part numbers I used. I took pictures of the parts used to show you the difference, but unfortunately I didn't get the IS300 slave cyl. pushrod back. Not like I'll ever go back to that setup, but it would have been nice to show the difference.
The pressure plate, release bearing, pilot bearing, and rear main seal are the same parts between the N/A Supra and IS300. The flywheel and bolts, clutch, and slave cyl pushrod are different.
Here is the list of parts used with the corresponding part numbers. Then below that I show the difference between some of them.
N/A Supra flywheel 13405-46040
Flywheel bolts (X8) 90910-02103
Slave cyl push rod (from TT Supra) 31473-14030
N/A sprung clutch disc 31250-30391-84
Pilot bearing 90363-12002-77
Release bearing 31230-22101
Rear main seal 90311-90006
Pressure plate 31210-30261-84
There you have it. Genuine Toyota parts for an N/A Supra swap. Here is some more info:
IS300 weight 31.5 lbs, about 1 3/4" thick.
Supra 17.8 lbs, a little under 1 1/4" thick (hence the need for the longer push rod)
Flywheel bolts; you can see the difference in length. The shorter ones are for the thinner Supra flywheel of course.
Here is the longer pushrod. It's about 81mm.
And of course, a new sprung Supra clutch disc.
That's it! Straight bolt on, no modification required!