V6 friction plate in 1.9 JTD clutch
I have just changed the gear box on a 156 V8. this has the same gearbox as My GT 1.9 JTD, it may possibly not have the same ratios or differential size as the motors do have quite different torque and power characteristics but it is the same castings, and the same clutch mechanism and both have dual mass flywheels I think ( the V6 had a virtually new clutch, I didn't have to dismantle it at all and so haven't had the opportunity to closely examine the flywheel, but I'm sure one of you can confirm or deny that the 2.5 V6 has a DMF.
My question is this
The clutch friction surface is the same diameter, the gearbox mainshaft has the same splines, the release bearings also seem identical, the only difference between the clutch friction plates ( from what I can make out through the diaphram ) is that the V6 clutch friction plate appears to have the traditional shock absorber springs whereas the 1.9 JTD clutch doesn't, relying, i assume, on the DMF to absorb transmission shocks and vibration.
what's to stop me using a V6 sprung type friction plate on a 1.9 JTD GT DMF?
what awful things will happen?