I'm in the process of collecting bits together to convert the dmf to a solid flywheel.
I have sourced a fiat coupe 20v turbo flywheel,which i'll get refaced(it has minimal wear,but
just for peace of mind!) and am now in the
process of trying to find a clutch . . . . .the options seem to be :
The fiat 20v turbo clutch.
The Alfa 3.2 gta clutch.
It looks like the Fiat clutch can cope with the torque,if the figures i've seen are correct it
copes with 5nm more than a standard 10v jtd puts out,but the gta clutch has a larger
friction area on the driven plate,and has been suggested as an upgrade for the standard
20vt clutch in some circles.
Now the question,has anyone any idea which one would be better able to cope with a
remap?I am guessing that the clutches' ability to cope with torque is related to the
clamping pressure and how strong the drive plate is?
I'm not sure which one to go for,or if there are any alternatives I may have missed(and
don't say dmf!!I have it on good authority,ppc mag,that this gearbox is used on another
vehicle with a solid flywheel!not sure which,tho . . )
Any thoughts,suggestions or ideas will be appreciated!Thanks in advance