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Old 02-18-2012, 11:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question new clutch kit... what else should be replace

hello members,

to start it of, i own a 1994 integra gsr, just bought a new clutch setup for it, exedy stage 1 (throwout bearing, alignment tool and pilot bearing included) with a f1 racing light weight flywheel (10lbs), going to install it soon and just wanted to know what else i should change/replace while the tranny is out? i already purchased a new rear crankshaft seal and slave cylinder the other day! and if you guys can include the part number as well, that would be helpful!

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Old 02-19-2012, 12:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Axle seals, just to be safe, and that's about all, you cleared everything else..
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If you ever plan on upgrading your motor mounts it would be a good time. Should definitely make the one by the firewall easier
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I replaced the motor mounts, starter contacts and alternator brushes when I did my clutch last year.
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Axle seals and a good cleaning on the tranny shell =)
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You should buy a new "bitch pin" the pin that holds the shift rod in place. Might want to consider replacing the seal on the shift shaft while you're at it and if the little boot covering the shift shaft is worn, replace it as well.
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I've never had to replace the bitch pin in any of my tegs ever.
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Rear motor mount. Plus a bagillion on that. Its super easy when the trans is out honestly.

Other than that, there isnt anything that needs to be replaced while the trans is out that cant be replaced with the trans in.
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I've never had to replace the bitch pin in any of my tegs ever.
Casey, I'm sure you're dropped more trannies then I have - maybe you've been lucky. On my CRX, the pin came out in 5 minutes of rapping on it. On my GSR, it was over 2 hours of hell - drilling hammering, etc. I think it was well over an hour before I noticed that it even moved. It definetly earned its name. There wasn't much left of it by the time I got it out. Both are CA cars, so rust was not the reason the GSR's was so stuck.
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Ooooo,,Yeah, the bitch pin,,URRGG...lol

It took me forever to get mine out, even with the 10mm trick, so yeah, Casey, i say you're just the lucky one..lol

OP, also new oil is a must, lets not forget that.
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i taken my bitch bin out in my civic at least 15times. i have set to replace it. if you have the c clip that goes around the pin. it should never back out
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Anyone know the part # for the "bitch pin"???
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acuraoemparts says its this:


90751-S04-000
BUT I ordered one from them and it is definitely too small. I would take the old one to the stealership and buy it on the spot, shouldn't be more than a few bucks. Mine got completely destroyed during the extremely painful extraction process. Bitch pin isn't a harsh enough name for that little piece of hell.
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So i'm going to replace my lower motor mounts too, left, right, and rear mount. Just wondering if i should replace the whole motor mount unit or jus replace the inserts/bushing? I was looking at the energy suspension inserts/bushing!
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