Toyota Supra Getrag 6 speed – Full clutch replacement part numbers

Here is a list of all the clutch replacement parts for the Toyota Supra Getrag 6 speed V160/V161 which can be useful for maintenance or conversions.

  • If you currently have a 6 speed you won’t need all the parts, only the parts you broke or are replacing
  • If you are upgrading your clutch to aftermarket it’s good to change the parts with an astrix * next to them
  • If you are doing a conversion from auto to manual you will need them all depending on what came with the gearbox (IE: The release fork may have came with the transmission)

Toyota Supra Getrag 6 speed (V160, V161) Clutch parts;


2JZGTE VVTi T51R Project Update

So been a bit of progress complete on the car over the last month or so;
Installed the following;

  • Okada Plasma booster (Same as HKS DLI)
  • Carbonetic triple plate clutch and flywheel assembly
  • TRD transmission mounts
  • AP Shifter bushings
  • New OEM components – 6 speed shifter and speed sensor seals, pilot bearing and rear main seal
  • Fixed up some wiring and ran some new hose ready for BOV install
  • Cleaned all the transmission, parts that came off and also the transmission tunnel
  • Replaced diff fluid while I had car jacked up

Have new Tial Q bov and AEM air filter coming in next few weeks, so will be then installed and off with fresh plugs with no gap for a new tune and more boost! Hoping to crack at least 430rwkw on pump

Had to adjust the clutch a bit on the pedal free play rod but seems to hold the power well and the shifts are now very firm and precise.

Gearbox removed and noticed it had bit of an oil leak from shifter bushing so got around to replacing seals (Pics with brake/clutch fluid )


Removing Pilot Bearing without expensive tools!

Last time I took out my pilot (or spigot) bearing the engine was out of the car, I think I used a long screwdriver and popped it out somehow. Now that I’m putting in my new triple plate Carbonetic Clutch with the engine still in the car that didn’t quite work, after some searching I came across a neat little (cheap) trick.

Don’t be fooled by those expensive pullers that can cost over $100, a piece of bread is all you need, yes a piece of bread.

Pilot bearing bread removal steps –

  • I had a loaf in the cupboard – multigrain – not sure if it was low gi or high in fibre but any old bread will do
  • Pulled the bread apart, stuck it through the centre of the bearing hole, kept stuffing it
  • Then used a small extension bar I had to push it in, compacting it more and more (you can use a bolt or rod in similar diameter to the hole)
  • In the end I gave it a few taps with the hammer and the pilot bearing started to pop out
  • In the end took me 5 mins or so, bread came out of centre hole and only thing I had to do was vacuum up some crumbs off the garage floor

Hope this tip helps for people in the future. Feel free to get creative with donuts or bagels, this guy on lexus forums had some fun with donuts –