S15 6 Speed Conversion Flywheel

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  1. Bu11et

    Bu11et Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys,

    Bought one of your conversion flywheels second hand and fitted it to my S13(running S15 SR20 and S15 6 speed box) - and my slave cylinder was only half way in when the clutch was in resting position and it has caused my clutch to slip and now im needing a new clutch due to this...

    Can you confirm if this above conversion flywheel is the same thickness as the stock Dual Mass Flywheel?

    From what I've found, I've measured the flywheel and its 20mm thick, but a friend measured his stock DMF and they are 55mm thick so theres a big difference there if that's the case and can't find any details on the page advising a new carrier bearing is required etc...


    Many thanks,
    Charlie
     
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    What clutch did you use? As an S15 clutch no longer works with that flywheel. I have the same conversion flywheel with an ACT S14 clutch and fits perfect.
     
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    Bu11et Well-Known Member

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    ignore me - I must have hit the reset button on my digital caliper whilst measuring - measured it again and it is 52mm thick lol

    Apologies for any confusion

    Not sure what clutch it is mate, was second hand and came out of an S15
     
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