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Re: dinan clutch questions..... (archive)

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Posted by Chris, Windy Club on June 18, 2000 at 14:20:43:

In Reply to: dinan clutch questions..... posted by alex on June 18, 2000 at 13:12:25:

Hi Alex, I have a Dinan Stage 2 clutch kit and lightweight fly wheel. It is a kit with several components, bearing, fork, etc. Recommended for high torque requirements. Just a little bit more effort then the stock clutch to depress. still very much like the feel of stock. Quick release of about 1 inch when you let out. The fly wheel weighs 12.4 lbs. I would reccommend the AA clutch, to match up with thier turbo, longer life and much better price. If u really need to know all of the components in the kit, send me an email and I will find my Dinan files and get back to you later this week. Good luck with your turbo, we'll be on the look out for you and will get in the right lane when we see you coming.

: for anyone with the dinan clutch setup, (aka. windy city chris), what does it include? i'm asking about both the stage 1 and 2. also, how much of a difference is there in the stock to dinan feel? how much does the dinan flywheel weigh? and is the system strong enough to take the abuse of an aa turbo kit? =) thanks in advance for the help.

: -alex




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