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new 460 clutch, destroyed 460 clutch :(

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  • new 460 clutch, destroyed 460 clutch :(

    so I have bought a Black GTR with less then 1gallon of gas through it for 650

    order new clutch savers to swap out stock springs, strip the torx head on the clutch plate removal, drill off heads

    but its okay I guess, one of the pads was missing a chunk....

    Order new complete clutch assembly, use a different torx head screwdriver (thinking maybe it was the old drivers fault) remove one then the other two strip wtf!!!!

    why do they put these plate screws in so tight, I've never had this problem and this is my third GTR...

    guess everything happens for a reason.


    going to switch to TB's clutch after this fiasco but since I only need the clutch 'boss' and its only 1.75 going to try it once more. Can't fail if I put the screws in myself I hope....
    GTR 46 dominator
    GTR 46 w/ rhino
    GSR29 4 bolt Zen w/torque pipe
    GSR 25 stock

  • #2
    Like cablescum says, finesse

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    • #3
      Were you using a t27?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by f1gopedder View Post
        Were you using a t27?
        no, a T25, smh is it a 27?

        lesson learned will have to pick one up...
        GTR 46 dominator
        GTR 46 w/ rhino
        GSR29 4 bolt Zen w/torque pipe
        GSR 25 stock

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        • #5
          I have found it is easier to leave the clutch on the engine and use a piston stopper to break them three screws loose.
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          • #6
            I always wondered if using a piston stopper tool was the best approach. Since its design transfers the force, (caused by tightening or loosening either the flywheel or clutch carrier) to in between the spark plug threads and the piston.

            Never heard anyone really explain the benefit of using one I guess. Are there other methods you guys use?
            in the glowing hut
            on the fields of tomorrow
            live to guide the herd

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            • #7
              Originally posted by universe View Post
              Never heard anyone really explain the benefit of using one I guess. Are there other methods you guys use?
              I use an 18 volt impact driver to remove and tighten flywheels, clutch shoes (G43 style) and for a lot of the disassembly of the Ped. Most everything is assembled by hand except what's mentioned above. Just use common sense and you should be fine.
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