what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
11-11-2011, 08:05 PM
Post: #11
what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
If you don't want custom one, you can buy 1987 CE70 1,8 Diesel RWD clutch. I compared and checked it today, it fits perfect on W5X gearbox and exactly the same diameter as the one from blacktop. I will use it on my 4ag to W55 gearbox conversion.
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11-16-2011, 03:02 PM
Post: #12
what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
What diff and axle do you plan to use ?
Can standard axle with some aftermarket diff (TRD, KAAZ...) handle ~200 hp which good 4AGE can produce ?
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11-16-2011, 05:34 PM
Post: #13
what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
I am using this setup

In the past I had a 20v silvertop turbocharged, gts welded rear aprox 230 to the wheels with no problem on diff or transmission. now I switched to NA silvertop and trd lsd. the axles are ok and the transmission has no shift problems I drive the car hard but no drifting on stunt crazy driving.

After a couple of years I understood that balance is everything and fuel economy was priority, I pulled the turbo and bought an LSD Smile

Change your diff oil regularly

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11-16-2011, 05:54 PM
Post: #14
what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
Great, i knew W5x can handle that hp, but wasn't sure about diff.

I found W58 and now considering to swap T50 to W58.
My T50 is managing ~140hp pretty well, not sure if it will handle next power bump (hoping for 170+) but thinking it could.
So, the question is, is swaping to W58 worth if you consider only gear ratios.
As i see it 1st is a bit longer, 5th is much better for crusin but shift points in between are pretty much the same.
Is it worth trouble to switch to w58 just because of that ?

Thanks

p.s. What type of hard driving is your AE86 coping with ? Track or street ? Rally ? Smile
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11-16-2011, 07:43 PM
Post: #15
what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
Uzelac Wrote:Great, i knew W5x can handle that hp, but wasn't sure about diff.

I found W58 and now considering to swap T50 to W58.
My T50 is managing ~140hp pretty well, not sure if it will handle next power bump (hoping for 170+) but thinking it could.
So, the question is, is swaping to W58 worth if you consider only gear ratios.
As i see it 1st is a bit longer, 5th is much better for crusin but shift points in between are pretty much the same.
Is it worth trouble to switch to w58 just because of that ?

Thanks

p.s. What type of hard driving is your AE86 coping with ? Track or street ? Rally ? Smile

daily driving up to 7500 rpm and track driving ( not to often )
your clutch will be the weakest point

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11-16-2011, 09:32 PM
Post: #16
what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
Can a 4AGZE or 20v flywheel e fitted on blue 16v?
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11-17-2011, 08:36 PM
Post: #17
what clutch for a W58 trans to a 4AGE Blacktop?
i have a complete flywheel and clutch from a supra non turbo. this fit the blacktop engine and the w58 gearbox. Thumbs up!
thanks for all your help. Thumbs up! Thumbs up!

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