What kind of splines do the discs have? How are you matching them to the transmission input shaft?tommey wrote:No, the clutch is universal so you would have to modify your flywheel or make a new one.
I bought it via Erics performance.
I thought the discs you get with it were some kind of "universal" as well. It's all clear, then.tommey wrote:24x1, "standard" Nissan spline.
You order the discs with the spline you need.
What do you mean with matching the discs to the input shaft?
A $600 clutch plus a custom flywheel for 1arm+1leg may be hard to justify, when a $350-400 SPEC or ACT holding 500Nm's of torque is enough for 95% of the import mod people.tommey wrote:I find it odd that you US guys dont seem to use these clutches more.
They are very popular over here and in motorsport internationally.
He put so much love and devotion into it, but I completely understand about life. Hell, I have a very expensive and very well built CA18DET that I've never installed. It has solid lifters, Pauter rods, blah, blah, but it is not an essential for me at this time, so it just sits under a linen sheet in my garage. I'm struggling to finish the nissan sentra I'm working on now and it's due to my kids and my life and general, not the money as that is not the issue.1200ute wrote:I was following Meminto's build as well, unfortunately life got in the way and he ended up parting out his vehicle. I heard that the engine ended up being sold for around $5000 to a guy with a datsun 1200 (not me unfortunately).
I agree, hopefully this build gets completed and used to the fullest.
I don't understand this entirely.. could you clarify it for me, please?tommey wrote: I can confirm that oilpump fits, waterpump, gearbox and even engine mounts.
Im a little uncertain about the engine mounts due to the massive girdle of the CD.