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2005 h6 legacy clutch

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hey guys just wondering if anyone has a way of telling if my car has a single or duel mass flywheel in it?. Clutch is almost toast so just want to know what I'm in for.

 

2005 legacy h6 6mt

 

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I would say if the clutch has never been done, it would be dual mass.

 

Single mass if you're gonna be doing it (unless it already has one). Doesn't need to replaced each clutch, and can be resurfaced. Plus also removes the chance of the 2 parts separating.

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A Turbo Subaru uses  the Exceedy Heavy Duty Clutch OEM / Replacement

 

I have no clue other than that'd probably do the trick too here (similar Power figure no?)? Google or talk to your Mechanic (or wait a little & see who replies here with actual knowlgede :P

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Go for an Exedy HD.

Dual vs single and 230 vs 240 is troublesome with these. 

I’d guess yours is dual. Preface GTB’s are dual but post face are single. Could say the H6 follows the same trend but no idea really.

No one genuinely knows until it’s out with the size as Subaru seems to have chopped and changed a bit.

 

Best bet would be to find a used 240mm STI/Legacy 6mt single mass flywheel then get the 240mm clutch to go with it if you can't have it off the road for more than a day or two.

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It will be a 240mm standard 6 speed single mass clutch. I wouldn't go too heavy duty as you don't need it with the power that they put out factory. 

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