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PostPosted: Wed Dec 31, 1969 7:00 pm 
Not many companies make a upgrade for the 4G61T, but there is still hope for those who need a stronger clutch.

Get a hold of a 6 bolt flywheel from a '90-'91 FWD Turbo Eclipse or Talon, then you can you use any of the Pressure Plates that are made for the DSM's.

A common upgrade is to use the '95+ Pressure Plate and disc. This combo should be able to withstand the torque that the 1.6L is capable of making.

Also replace the throw-out (release) bearing with a new factory Mitsubishi bearing. It is the same part number for the DSM's and Mirages.


Info added by Turbocan (Rob_O)
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[b:315mnc95]Clutch part #s [/b:315mnc95]

[b:315mnc95]Pressure plates[/b:315mnc95]
MD739223 3K GT SL All
MD734041 1g DSM AWD -> 1/91 and all FWDT(?)
MD737970 1G AWD 1/91 ->
MD747748 2G FWD 1/94 -> 1/96
MD747787 2G FWD 2/96 -> and all AWD
MD742207 2G AWD All

[b:315mnc95]Clutch Disks[/b:315mnc95]
MD745934 3KGT SL All
MD741736 1G FWDT All
MD741109 1G AWD All
MD741736 2G FWD (Exedy) All
MD747749 (DCC) All
MD745530 (Exedy) 2G AWD 1/94 ->
MD747778 (DCC) 2G AWD 1/94 ->

[b:315mnc95]Throwout bearing [/b:315mnc95]
MD749998 (all)

These are the numbers I found in an older version of CAPS, no telling how many of them have been superceded/combined by now.

My understanding is the 3KGT SL clutch disk is the one to use. Apparently the latest 95+ clutch disk you can buy from the dealer is a real POS. I have tested the stock AWD PP to be ~1750-1800 lbs, I would guess the 3KGT plate to be about the same (need to get one to test). The service manual gives a lower pressure for the FWD plate so avoid those.

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