Good-Win Racing Mazda Performance Parts

Exedy Street/Strip Pressure Plate

1983-1992

83-92 12A and 13B Non-Turbo - 225mm

RX7 1979-1995 · Clutch-Flywheel-Drivetrain


Part Number: 12608

Application: 1983-1992

Price: $167.00

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Exedy Street/Strip Pressure Plate
83-92 12A and 13B Non-Turbo - 225mm

The Exedy Street/Strip Pressure Plate, intended for the 1983-92 RX-7 12A and 13B (6-Port Non-Turbo) chassis, is designed for high-performance street applications and for occasional drag or road racing. A stronger diaphragm spring applies substantially more holding force (700 kg - 1544 lbs clamping load) to the clutch disc to avoid clutch slip under load. This RX-7 pressure plate interchanges exactly with the stock pressure plate, and can be used with the 225mm stock disc or any equivalent replacement aftermarket disc.

We strongly recommend replacing the throw-out bearing during any clutch work to ensure trouble free performance. Also, we recommend replacing the transmission front and rear seal kit when re-installing the transmission to reduce the possibility of leakage.

Safety Note: None of the Racing Beat, Exedy, Mazda OE, or any aftermarket flywheel or clutch replacement components should ever be allowed to exceed 10,500 RPM under any condition. You must use an engine RPM-limiter to prevent excessive RPM. If your engine is capable of exceeding 8,500 RPM you must install a transmission scatter shield or ballistic blanket. Failure to implement the above may result in serious injury or even death.

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