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this question has been asked before with Mixed results (clutch basket)

I know for a fact that this has been asked several times but always seems to get some yes and no answers...

Will a first gen clutch basket fit in a gen 2? I know the clutch oak and stuff will fit. I found a complete clutch out of an 05 on eBay and want to buy it for my 2nd gen because I dragrace.

I'm looking to replace my whole clutch, basket, steels, fibers, inner hub and everything.

So has ANYONE put a 1st gen clutch in a 2nd gen
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No clutch basket were specific to crankshaft and cases. As for the fibers and steels I do not know. That's the short answer.
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No clutch basket were specific to crankshaft and cases. As for the fibers and steels I do not know. That's the short answer.
I know for a fact fibers and steels will fit, as for baskets being specific for crank cases, I knew that also, BUT have heard of people using non matching baskets in first gens successfully, just not sure if anyone has tried one in a gen 2
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Yeah but I've also heard of people using mixmatched baskets and engines scattering afterwards. For something like that I would scavenge for the correct part or pay the money for a new one. Just my opinion.
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The cranks are much different, and I'd guess the part #s are different, so I would kinda doubt it. The only way to know is to try it.

I used to drag race a ZRX1100, and wanted to use a ZX11 clutch assembly. The dimensions and number of teeth were the same, but the pitch of the gear was different. It went together fine, but would barely turn with a wrench.
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BTW I have more than one spare '06 clutch assembly, if you need one, PM me.
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