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Old 23-06-2006, 11:21 AM   #1
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what clutch

Hiya guys i have decided to uprate my clutch i want a more aggressive one than standard but still so that its ok for road use. looksing at OMP ones. anyone recomend one and that comes as a kit with baring etc

i have a 1600 rallye engine and a 1300 gearbox so what cluch is it a s1 or a s2?

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Old 23-06-2006, 11:45 AM   #2
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if you have a 1600cc flywheel it'll take a 200mm clutch for the 1600 engine.

OMP ones sound like a good deal to me, i was going to go for one myself but i ran out of time before fcs.
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Old 23-06-2006, 11:56 AM   #3
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Well it depends which flywheel was used with the conversion.I'm not sure which size the 1.6 8v uses ,I presume its the same as the 16v - 200mm.
The main reason to up-rate the clutch would be cope with an big increase power (torque),if the std 16v one can cope with most mods then stick with that remembering to buy a good quality kit not some re-manufactured crap.
I've fitted the Alcon paddle plate 180mm (solid center) to my 1360 with a std cover had not prob's and it doesn't snatch either !
I bought mine from special tuning and got ripped off big time -I see EARS motorsport are agents for Alcon and they charge around 130ish for a plate from memory
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Old 23-06-2006, 12:02 PM   #4
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in odered to work out what fly wheel i have chal i measure it its the length fron 1 side to the other?
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Old 23-06-2006, 01:39 PM   #5
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you'll have a 200mm if you fitted the same flywheel that came on the 1600 engine you have.

re the measuring - im not sure if its the total flywheel thats 200mm or 180mm as it may just be the face thats this diameter. someone else will have to tell you that.
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rite oh thanks dude can anyone confirm this please
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Old 23-06-2006, 02:12 PM   #7
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its the ref to the clutch plate diameter,,,,hmmm very hard to measure in situ .
I'll have a look in my glory hole and see if I can get some measurements that will help you ,maybe a distance from the side of the flywheel to a cover bolt.
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Old 23-06-2006, 03:20 PM   #8
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YEAH YEAH THATS SOUNDS GOOD!
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