I've read that there are advantages to fitting a diaphram clutch (as used
in a TR4A to a TR3). Are the advantages in longevity or performance?
My own situation is the following: I'm working on a late TR3A (TS78922L)
and I think I could fit a TR4A flywheel and clutch and be done with the
issue. What I have on hand is a the TR3A flywheel and a TR4 flywheel, but
I think neither of those can be fitted with a 4A clutch, right?
Part of the advantage of the later clutch would appear to be cost. I can
now get a 4A 3-in-one Borg and Beck clutch kit from V-B for $119.95. It
then seems like the smartest thing for me to do is find a 4A flywheel. Am
I missing something in this plan?