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what parts besides timing belt,water pump goes on? is it worth it for the dealer to do this or a local mechanic whos good?
 

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Timing belt auto tensioner, timing belt pulley, accessory belts, thermostat, plenum gasket, throttle body gasket just to name a few other things you "should" do. I just got done with mine, did it myself and it really wasn't that difficult. There are instructions out there on how to do it. You just need a weekend, a place to do it and the right tools; this is a must, things will go a lot easier.

Good luck.

http://www.team3s.com/60k.htm
 

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ok, but i need a new clutch first, as soon as i get some cash together, Hans, I am getting laid off from my job this week......
 

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thats sounds really good, one question, will the stock clutch hold up to 400hp? ive heard you have carbon clutches too, i want a street clutch that is drivable on a daily basis that can hold high hp cause i want to eventually get 13g's and a downpipe. right now i have a custom cat-back exhaust. if the stock will do it, then i will go with it....
 

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I know of a lot of people with stock clutches with around 400 hp and no problems at all. I'm still using a stock clutch and my car is running low 12's, high 11's right now and it still holds strong.

The carbon carbon single disk is like $1500 on a group buy or $1700 every day. It's a bit pricey. I think you'll be ok with a stock clutch still.
 

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ok, ill be in touch, Hans
 
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