Author Topic: EXEDY clutch kits for Toyota... Like em?  (Read 1124 times)


  • Bristles
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EXEDY clutch kits for Toyota... Like em?
« on: March 08, 2019, 02:36:06 PM »
I know this is kinda a far out question, but for you DIY car repair folks, I thought I'd ask.  I have never installed this brand before, but since it is Japanese OEM for many companies (Honda for one), I think it sounds like a nice option over Aisin (Toyota OEM) because of a bit different build spec.  Vehicle is a base 06 Matrix/Corolla, 1.8L, 1ZZ-FE engine and the same kit is used in many years/applications.

Aisin uses rubber dampners for the clutch disk that while smooth, offers a very numb feel, and numb, vague bite point.  The EXEDY OEM replacement uses conventional steel springs that I have always used, and are reported to have a much nicer feel, and bite point over stock.  Again, this is a basic OEM replacement, not racing.  All parts in the kit aside from the throw-out bearing are made in Japan, which I like too.  So, can anyone shed some experience concerning this particular application at best, or any experience with EXEDY?  Thanks.


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Re: EXEDY clutch kits for Toyota... Like em?
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2019, 02:47:59 PM »
No experience, but made in Japan generally means decent quality. Assuming it's a step up from O'Reilly's store-brand parts, it's likely to work out fine.