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Old 15-10-14, 22:59   #1
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Mx7 and mf5 sandwich plate - different?

Hi,
Time to change my clutch, however I will be changing flywheel size from the turbo to non-turbo as I have a suitable clutch.

Before I strip it down, can anyone tell me if the manual turbo and non turbo sandwich plates are different or the same?

I realise I need to swap the starter, just not sure about the sandwich plate.

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Old 16-10-14, 12:44   #2
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Just have to redrill the 2 holes for the starter motor from memory
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