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JTD Single Mass Questions...


I understand from the previous posts/other forums, that i need a 20VT flywheel.

what bolts do i need to mount the flywheel to the engine?

clutch choices? coupe/GTA? anything different? (16v GT JTD by the way)

mines starting to slip properly now, and i need to get something sorted pretty soon.

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don't know if the coupe uses a push type clutch.. if it does, I'd get an uprated 20VT clutch. If not, I'd try a seriously uprated GTA clutch
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I am running a 2.4 10v JTD with a Fiat 20vt flywheel and GTA clutch,the flywheel bolts are shorter,due to the narrower smf.I am not sure what they came from as I ordered them from Autolusso!They actually do a smf conversion kit themselves,using the GTA clutch.
I am using a standard Valeo GTA clutch and it hasn't slipped at all,even when giving it the beans . . . my car is not remapped,though.
The coupe and GTA clutches are both pull type,some coupe owners use the GTA clutch as it has a bigger friction area,not sure what diffence that makes,to be honest,though?I think the torque output from the 20vt and the GTA are very similar . . . . .
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