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Joey Piston

1970 Toyota Corolla

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Ok guys I have a 1970 Toyota Corolla (KE11) the engine was swap to a 4K with a 5 speed trans.. I try to order a clutch and pressure plate and no luck... can anyone tell me what flywheel is this from!!!

i order clutch for the original car didn’t work 3k. They told me it was from a 81-83Toyota starlet and no luck neither

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It looks like a KE70 one, but I suppose its impossible to tell without measurements.

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here's my KE70 one, although its been lightened so it has the steel cut away around the edge of the area where the clutch plate runs.

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Here's two KE70 clutch kits, one broke a finger spring and the left-hand one is the new kit to replace it.

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3k clutch kits can be different. My 3k from ke11 has a smaller input shaft than the later ke55/ke70 etc

What gearbox does it have?

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