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Old 02-15-2010, 10:11 AM   #1
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Guys,

Ive put it in here and also clutch thread as i know differnt people read these forums and i want some insight into those that really use these clutches

I currently have a tilton twin plate clutch which is slipping at 4500 rpm, 1.5 bar and 600 nm torque.

I am needing to find a replacement clutch, or can i get an extra plate etc to convert the twin plate into a triple plate?

I want to utilize the push style clutch as i have a tilton hydrallic clutch release bearing and have removed the slave cyclinder..

Anyhelp much appreciated, the clutch has not been abused much at all, and before the last engine tear down looked in perfect condition, so we are pretty sure that its that the clutch cant handle the extra torque generated down low..
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Old 02-15-2010, 03:41 PM   #2
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I hope I dont have issues with my carbonetics!

I dunno but, I thought Tilton/Carbonetics were the best available that were atleast streetable.. REALLy interested to hear what tilton has to say about the twin plate not holding and their thoughts on the triple plate.
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Old 02-15-2010, 10:23 PM   #3
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Hey Chris,

Yeh tilton is the best going clutch around i think.. the twin plate clutch held up fine with the old setup, but now because the torque is so much sharper and comes on early in the range the clutch just cant seem to handle it??

im hoping that i can just get plates to make it a triple or quad clutch rather than having to buy a completely new clutch..
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