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Old 02-14-2017, 07:24 PM   #1
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I have a 90 da and it has a ysk1 trans and I need a new clutch I know the shaft is bigger on this trans what would I search for to get the exact clutch I need

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YSK1 stamping means something different than the actual transmission designation. Is it a hydro transmission?
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Its cable

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Anyone at least have a link to a clutch

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tunersports.com is the club integra store. They have all the parts you need.

YSK1 is just a stamping on the housing. Do you have the transmission code? EG: S80 or Y80.
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I don't know the code the sticker is missing

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It's either going to have a 25mm (90-91) or 26mm (92-up) spline. Get a caliper and measure it; the only difference is the clutch disc.
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So I bought a 90 to 91 clutch and it's too small to go over the shaft does that mean I need the 92 to 93 clutch?

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