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Old 06-04-2010, 01:15 PM
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Torque specs for flywheel and pressure plate???

Anyone got these torque specs for the flywheel and pressure plate? i googled and ran a quick search on here. i got the stock flywheel getting turned today while i'm at work so when i get off i can go get the flywheel and install my new Centerforce dual friction clutch and flywheel. Thanks guys!
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Old 06-04-2010, 02:18 PM
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When I did my clutch last year (351w) I just used the standard torque spec "RFT" (Really F*@#ing tight) lol.
I think the real torque spec for the flywheel is right around 50-60 ft. lbs and the pressure plate depends on your clutch size
if i remember correctly 10 inch clutch is 15-20 ft lbs and the 11inch is 20-29 ft lbs or something close to that, I could be wrong though
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it's an 11" clutch. i shoulda put all that in the original post. LoL.
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if anyone could confirm i have the same shtuff and would like this to be the last time i have to drop my tranny for a while
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if anyone could confirm i have the same shtuff and would like this to be the last time i have to drop my tranny for a while
i found 2 different torque specs on the pressure plate. i found 12-24 ft/lbs on a different website today, but on Friday i searched for a couple hours after this thread and found 20-29 ft/lbs a couple times. i did mine to 29 ft/lbs just for fun. it shouldn't make too much difference between 20-29 ft/lbs just as long as they are all the same torque so that the pressure plate fingers are all at the same distance from the throwout bearing.

Flywheel-- 75-85 ft/lbs
pressure plate-- 12-24 ft/lbs or 20-29 ft/lbs????
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speaking of specs...anyone know the stock clutch holding power, preferably in torque
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dont mean to jack the thread but how do you figure out what size the clutch is
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What engine?
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its a 300 w/ the mazda tranny
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O christ. I didnt realize you brought up a dead thread.

To find out clutch size you have to measure it
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O christ. I didnt realize you brought up a dead thread.

To find out clutch size you have to measure it
haha thats google for ya.
and yeah thats obvious. i was wondering if there was a way to know without droppin the tranny, and make sure the right size is in it. i dont trust previous owners haha.
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dead thread.. dont care.. cause this pops up on google. I ordered a 10" clutch, dropped tranny and it was an 11" clutch. For $55 and the ease of the job with my new transmission jack, I'd of bolted a 10" for a few months but it wouldn't bolt up.

Not sure how to find out 10 or 11 without dropping tranny.
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