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snapper

posted on 13/2/18 at 05:31 PM Reply With Quote
Clutch cover PCD

I have bought an unused secondhand Duratec lightweight flywheel
The original Duratec clutch cover has a 6 x 240mm PCD
The Pinto clutch cover has a 6 x 245mm PCD
The Duratec flywheel has a 6 x 250 PCD

Any idea what fits this PCD?

I canít find clutch cover PCD anywhere





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obfripper

posted on 7/12/19 at 09:41 PM Reply With Quote
I have an answer here (if of any use now), the sbd duratec flywheel (and the caterham oe) uses a cp5905-1 cover, which is originally for a mg zr and has 6x250mm pcd mounting bolts.
It also uses a thinner drive plate than a standard pinto plate (7.2mm instead of 8.4mm), an ap pinto plate and a helix mgb/triumph plate are both suitable.
A standard pinto plate would be unlikely to disengage with the clutch operated unless the cover was shimmed out, or the flywheel was stepped.


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