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FM NA/NB clutch/flywheel Happy Meal

FM NA/NB clutch/flywheel Happy Meal

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Option 1

SKU

08-36000~L1

What does it fit?

1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2004 MSM, 2005, 2005 MSM

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The FM Happy Meal includes a Flyin' Miata clutch and Flyin' Miata flywheel, along with a clutch switch override, pilot and release bearings. You get to choose the specification. The Happy Meal will fit any 1990-05 Miata, including 1.6 engined cars.

The FM Level 1 clutch is rated for 318 lb-ft of torque at the crank, and is perfect for Stage 1 or Custom Spec kits with relatively stock engines. It's a real sweetheart, offering near-stock pedal pressure and smooth engagement, but it's strong enough to cope with anything stock engine internals can put out.

Our Level 2 organic clutch has a higher pedal pressure and higher 353 lb-ft torque (at the crank) rating. It's probably stronger than the transmission, and we have not yet met a 4-cylinder Miata that can make it slip. 

The Level I clutch (plate and disc) is about 11.75 lbs, for a total rotational weight of about 22 lbs. The Level II clutch is about .5 lbs heavier.

The lightweight flywheel may cause some harmless drivetrain noise on closed-throttle deceleration.

We recommend bypassing the starter interlock on your clutch when installing a stronger pressure plate. This allows you to start the car in neutral without putting your foot on the clutch and your thrust bearing will appreciate it! We have a cool little clip that makes this easy without any wiring - it's included with the kit.

We strongly recommend replacing seals while you're in there - they don't go bad too often, but it's a big job to get to them! We also strongly recommend using our installation tool with the rear crank seal, to ensure that you don't cause a problem that didn't exist. Plus, the tool is less than a new seal. Also, please be aware that 5-speed transmissions need the transmission input gasket, but 6-speeds do not. 

What's the toy? A clutch tool!