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AntonUK

posted on 18/3/19 at 10:14 PM Reply With Quote
Pinto Style Clutch

Im in the process of swapping my flywheel, clutch and gearbox.

I need to order a Pinto style clutch plate and cover, but there seems to be a wide range of options cost wise.

Engine is a 1.8 silvertop, ported head, 275 cams and ITB's.

Will the standard items be ok, or will I need an uprated one? If uprated which one would your recommend?





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theduck

posted on 19/3/19 at 10:16 AM Reply With Quote
What kind of power does that make? My gut instinct reply is that a good quality standard one will be fine.
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AntonUK

posted on 19/3/19 at 10:46 AM Reply With Quote
Id be expecting 180-190bhp id guess.





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theduck

posted on 19/3/19 at 12:56 PM Reply With Quote
Should be fine with a standard clutch imo. Just make sure you get a decent quality one, not an ebay special, and you'll be fine.
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pmc_3

posted on 20/3/19 at 03:26 PM Reply With Quote
Just remember a pinto clutch won't fit straight on unless the zetec flywheel has been drilled to accept one
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