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Clutch and flywheel; replacing
Topic Started: Sep 4 2013, 11:02 AM (661 Views)
sc53@bigpond.com
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Looking to download a workshop manual for free for a 2010 50C18 or any information on the torque tension for the pressure plate and flywheel. I am installing a new dual mass flywheel ,clutch and pressure plate. Any information is appreciated.
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Hope this helps...
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I just had to replace my 2009 50c18 clutch/pressure plate & flywheel after 60,000km. The new parts cost $2500 in Oz + $600 to fit. I have since found out there is a company in Brisbane that makes replacement non dual mass flywheel / pressure plate & clutch kits for about $1000 less. The advantage is the flywheel is not dual mass which means you don't have to keep replacing it.

Here are their details.

NPC Performance Clutches
1/594 Boundary Rd, Archerfield Q 4108
Ph: 07 3277 9403 Fax: 07 3277 9478
www.npcperformance.com.au
Edited by Ozveco, Sep 19 2013, 11:30 AM.
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