poTTa wrote:What Exedy clutch kit do you have?
Just the standard replacement one, nothing fancy as the engine is stock.
Also...did you get new flywheel bolts
and a new Release bearing (installed correctly)?
Did you use a clutch alignment tool? I know the Exedy kits do not come with a tool.
Did you change the Rear engine seal and Pilot Bearing?
No, but the pilot bearing was checked and was fine, as was the seal.
tomo wrote:Does putting you're food on clutch make a difference?
No, it does it clutch up or down.
Does the clutch work ok with no judder?
It seems to. The only judder I get when pulling away at 2k rpm is the same as just holding the revs at 2k
poTTa wrote:I've read that you will get some chatter by switching from a dual-mass to Single-mass on most cars...
The car has had a single mass lightened flywheel since I've had it, but it's never felt like this before.
Other forums say that it could be a mis-alignment of clutch and/or pressure plate Certainly an option, Misalighed pressure plate popped to mind (especially if the 3 hole PCD was slightly off center on the Fly), worn bearings In the gearbox? Or engine?(Is Crank-Walk a problem on the 3SGE Beams engine? But then this wouldn't explain why a simple clutch change would suddenly cause this), oil on the flywheel or clutch surfaces, It does it when the clutch is fully down and fully engaged, it's not just during slip. unlevel flywheel surfaceDefinitely a concern wth it being a Techniclutch fly..., bad master and/or slave cylinder These are the same as before., gearbox gear disintegration I bloody hope not , overtighten flywheel bolts Could this warp the flywheel if they're not done correctly? (Had the work done at a local garage who assured me they used torque settings etc), loose or worn gearbox mounts...Possibility, but these are the same mounts that I was running yesterday morning on the way TO the garage when it was fine.
Or...or...what you are experiencing is completely normal...lol...Again, it wasn't like this driving it to the garage, only driving it home.
poTTa wrote:ok...well...your gearbox, clutch, release bearing and flywheel are the new parts...
how certain are you about the state of the gearbox? I was assured by a forum member it was ok (he shall remain nameless until it's all running fine with no issues ). It certainly sounds ok being driven. The vibration is there even when stationary with the clutch down though (box not spinning) so suggests the issue isn't being caused by the box?
You said you had a similar flywheel before...and new flywheel was checked by NASA... Haha, well, the guy that did it has done his own machined flywheels before and had no issued after so I'm confident he knew what he was doing.
I think it could be a mis-alignment and/or something's loose...
Get your shop to check properly and give an opinion before you go pulling down the box... I rang them yesterday to have a chat about it. They're certain it all went back together fine. At the end of the day they didn't supply any of the parts and just fitted what I gave them so un;essI find something has been fitted wrong they're in the clear. Since it all came apart 2 days ago I'm hoping it'll be an eary removal as nothing should be seized on. I'm just finishing work and trying to psyche myself up to go home and get it done.
poTTa wrote:I was going to get a Techniclutch flywheel...not saying that this is the problem here...but i think i will go for a branded flywheel...
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