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Old 14th February 2018, 04:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Fitting Nismo Super Coppermix Twin on R32 (push)

Hi all,

I have bought a used Nismo Super Coppermix Twin Plate Clutch (3002A-RS594) for my 1989 R32 Skyline GTR. It's just the clutch though, without any bearings. I've looked all over the internet and this is the information that I was able to gather.

1. release bearing
- 30502-21000 (discontinued); or
- 30502-69F10

2. release sleeve
There seems to be a large variety of sizes:
30501-22102 8mm 30501-S0200 18mm
30501-B5000 10mm 30501-B6000 20mm
30501-A3800 12mm 30501-S0160 22mm
30501-N1601 14mm 30501-K0404 24mm
30501-U0200 16mm 30501-K0510 26mm

Could someone please confirm which of the above would I need? I also have a Nismo slave cylinder that I will try to fit on the car. I've read that the shorter stroke might cause the clutch to not fully disengage tho, so I'll keep that in mind when I test the car after installing the clutch.

Thanks,
Chris
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Old 17th February 2018, 03:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi all,

I have bought a used Nismo Super Coppermix Twin Plate Clutch (3002A-RS594) for my 1989 R32 Skyline GTR. It's just the clutch though, without any bearings. I've looked all over the internet and this is the information that I was able to gather.

1. release bearing
- 30502-21000 (discontinued); or
- 30502-69F10

2. release sleeve
There seems to be a large variety of sizes:
30501-22102 8mm 30501-S0200 18mm
30501-B5000 10mm 30501-B6000 20mm
30501-A3800 12mm 30501-S0160 22mm
30501-N1601 14mm 30501-K0404 24mm
30501-U0200 16mm 30501-K0510 26mm

Could someone please confirm which of the above would I need? I also have a Nismo slave cylinder that I will try to fit on the car. I've read that the shorter stroke might cause the clutch to not fully disengage tho, so I'll keep that in mind when I test the car after installing the clutch.

Thanks,
Chris

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Could someone please help? Thanks.
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Old 17th February 2018, 10:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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http://www.nismo.co.jp/en/products/c...win_manual.pdf

Looks like you use the stock one.

http://nissan.epc-data.com/skyline/b...ans/321/30501/

Which is 18mm
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