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Giulietta Clutches

I want too get a remap in the future through Gus, I had a good call with him but I never discussed clutches and what the factory fitted ones can take. I've seen something on this in another thread but I can't seem too find it in search.

What clutches do the different Giuliettas come with and what HP and Torque are they spec'd too withstand. I've seen some places (mainly tuning boxes that have claimed even on the 1.6 version to give over 400nm of torque and that sounds like alot).

As like others who want to likely get a remap but don't want to risk damaging and having to buy more expensive parts, this would be useful too know.


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also Gear boxes would be useful as well as they have limits too correct?
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May or may not be the thread you were thinking of:-

https://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/alfa-...utch-slip.html

Mine acted like it was slipping for 3 weeks, stopped for 3 months, and then started again.

Car now quietly moved on!
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I do remember that thread but sadly its not the one I was thinking of, I saw something that said the clutch in X Giulietta was able too take up to XXlbs or XXnm of torque etc, it would be nice too get the information for knowing how far too push things.
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GQV at420nm...no clutch slip but you can feel its not the same anymore lol
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both the transmission and the clutches are specced for 350 Nm
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GQV at420nm...no clutch slip but you can feel its not the same anymore lol
Wow 420nm that must literally pull like a train but go like a porsche, with italian style ofcourse! are the GQV designed too take more than other versions or are they the same parts across the range?

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both the transmission and the clutches are specced for 350 Nm
Isn't 350nm the default torque both 2.0d' models run at in D mode? is there no where that say these clutches and gearboxes can be pushed safely too xxxNm or otherwise it would be pointless getting a remap unless you were willing too replace out the default parts for higher grade parts.

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they can go beyond 400 without issues, see Giuli and frankie etc....
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