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Which clutch, flywheel, Pressure Plate and throwout bearing for shortened G50/52

Anyone know what the Part numbers are for the correct flywheel, clutch pressure plate and throwout bearing for a shortened G50/52 mounted to a 3.3 engine?

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Call Patrick Motorsports. They know the shortened G50 situation.
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I would do that if I were buying from them.

I am owed some parts for this application and they are supposed to be getting me the correct parts but they are not certain what they are supposed to get. It is a long story.
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Generally businesses don't like telling you what parts are needed in a conversion unless you are buying those parts from them.

I am owed some parts and I need to determine the part number/description of those parts.

It is a long story and it involves a shop losing some parts for a specific application. The shop that lost the stuff doesn't want to replace the parts but the seller of the car wants to make good on the deal by replacing what is missing. The problem is: the seller doesn't know what to get and the shop that lost the stuff won't tell him.
To complicate matters even more, I am in VA and the shop and the seller are in Indiana.

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