Ron Soave wrote:
OK, but it slipped every once in a while going hard up a hill (turn
5) towards the end of a few sessions.
Is there any chance that disc wear during the session moved the
fingers out enough to use up the free play?
bearing are you
Stock carbon puck /slave cylinder with a Tilton spacer/guide tube ahead of the
I didn't know Tilton made a guide tube! I started on a home
fabrication for that. Is it illustrated anywhere? Or a P/N?
and how are you limiting the throw?
There's a welded nut on the footwell firewall; a long bolt with 2 nuts on it li
nes up perfectly with Tilton clutch pedal. We dialed in the throw of the pedal
by lifting the rear wheels, putting it in gear, and limiting travel after the w
heels broke free from depressing the pedal. Maybe 3/4" to 1 inch pedal throw to
I saw a figure for throw at the fingers on the clutch cover drawing.
.771" , if I remember correctly. So you must have correlated to that?
It took quite a beating this weekend. I think the slipping problem is easily so
lved. The engine bay was absolutely bone dry, so the oil must have been on the
flywheel instead this time ;-))
I guess an oiling problem could be solved easily by a rear seal kit?
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