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Old 11-08-2017, 07:04   #16
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Thank you for all the feedback, I'll try and get it up on the ramp asap to get the gearbox splines and input shaft checked.

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you havent got a very small tiny gearbox oil leak behind the main spine shaft ? that is getting on the plate surface's or behind flywheel engine seal...i doubt this is the problem...but you seem to have covered most things
That was one of my first thoughts but there is no evidence and I'd expect the clutch to be slipping even when cold (as oil wouldn't disappear overnight).

Another thought would be regarding the other parts of the transmission putting extra load on the clutch once they get hot i.e. gearbox, transfer case and ACD.
But the car doesn't feel like it's "dragging" when at low speed/no boost which I would expect if the rest of the transmission was seizing.


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Did you ever get to the bottom of your clutch issues?
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Old 24-04-2019, 16:17   #18
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there is a trader on ebay who sells that brand of clutch? no -one can match his Prices ? dont think there genuine and former member on here had it fitted.. and new flywheel.. The flywheel disintegrated and took his gearbox out I would never use an aftermarket flywheel from traders who say its there own brand



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go to a trader who knows evo's inside out..






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Thank you for all the feedback, I'll try and get it up on the ramp asap to get the gearbox splines and input shaft checked.







That was one of my first thoughts but there is no evidence and I'd expect the clutch to be slipping even when cold (as oil wouldn't disappear overnight).



Another thought would be regarding the other parts of the transmission putting extra load on the clutch once they get hot i.e. gearbox, transfer case and ACD.

But the car doesn't feel like it's "dragging" when at low speed/no boost which I would expect if the rest of the transmission was seizing.







did they reuse the flywheel as flywheel needs to be perfect or won't last long.....



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