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E36 M3 (1992-1999) {Euro - S50 B32 321hp @ 7400 rpm} {U.S. - S52 B32 240 hp @ 6000 rpm}
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Old Mon, Nov-13-2017, 12:36:27 AM   #11
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Well hopefully it works out for you. I ran the 8.5lb flywheel for several years.
Thanks, yeah. Maybe I'll give UUC and Fidanza a call tomorrow before I bolt up the tranny, if anything maybe just for more a peace of mind.
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Default ARP pressure plate bolt torque UUC lwfw

Our oil pan drain plug is only 18 ft-lbs as is the oil filter housing cap. I wouldn’t go past the 18 Ft-lbs the Bentley specifies, especially in aluminum.

How far out of balance was the fly wheel/pressure plate? Disk included in the balance? How did you center the disk?


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Our oil pan drain plug is only 18 ft-lbs as is the oil filter housing cap. I wouldn’t go past the 18 Ft-lbs the Bentley specifies, especially in aluminum.

How far out of balance was the fly wheel/pressure plate? Disk included in the balance? How did you center the disk?

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Didn't look like too much was taken out, adjustments were minor. They do not spin the clutch disk, just the pressure plate and flywheel assembly together. I will post some pics here shortly.
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pictures do not work
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Pics fixed. Sorry bout that.
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Pics fixed. Sorry bout that.
Nope. Still don't work
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Nope. Still don't work
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Default Re: ARP pressure plate bolt torque UUC lwfw

Doesn’t surprise me one bit. Gearbox chatter with mine was pretty bad. Obviously the weight and single mass is a large part but balancing was a good idea.

Make sure you change to the 325 slave. The clutch feel is horrendously pathetic (light) and vague with the M3 slave.
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