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    c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    can anyone help im running an F20 gearbox on a c20let with a turbo flywheel, which clutch should i use? Cossvaux have supplied me a 5-speed clutch which ive fitted but im not sure if its right theres loads of slack on the cable? What are the main dirrerences between 5 and 6 speed clutches is it just the clamping pressure? ive heard people use a 5 speed disc and 6 speed cover could this be my problem?
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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    If your running F20 you will nedd the clutch for that box the turbo 1 doesn't fit. Prob best get an uprated 1 tho cuse it'll eat that one quite quick.

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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    i used the calibra turbo flywheel and cover plate, and an astra gte friction plate and thrust bearing. lasted a while as well.
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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    any ideas why iv got so much play in the cluth fork? i can move it back and forth? everything is bolted up properly?
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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    you will need the F20 clutch disc, as the splines are different on the F28
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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    can i use the f20 cover plate or do i have to use the f28 cover plate?? its just taken me 2 evenings to get the bl dy thing back together and in the car
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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    you need to remember there are two pairs of itmes you need to match

    1st one is the flywheel and pressure plate. these need to be for the correct application

    2nsd is the gearbox and friction plate. as above.

    its normal for the cltucth arm to move back and forth a bit

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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    you can use whatever clutch fits your flywheel, as long as you use the F20 disc.

    Pot XE/LET, or flat XE, all will work.
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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    where can i buy just a new friction plate for an f20 box guys??
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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    Vauxhall, Autovaux etc..

    I'd go with an uprated one though on a LET/F20 so Helix or AP.

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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    when i'm gettin a friction plate for this conversion autovaux r askin for a n engine number. i'm guessin this to determine whether i'm using a pot type or flat flywheels. which do i use and can someone give me an engine number if its the pot type as i ony have a flat type 20 xe engine number to give them.. please??

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    Re: c20let + F20 box which clutch??

    Don't know what the difference in Clutch disc is.

    I assumed they were the same.

    Code:
      1  DISC,ASSY.,CLUTCH                                                -14128448        1    90369275     6 64 190                      
     90369275  
    
      1  DISC,ASSY.,CLUTCH                                     14128449   -                1    90443470     6 64 202                      
     90443470  
    
      2  COVER,AND PRESSURE PLATE,                                        -14128448        1    90297249     6 66 110                      
         ASSY.,CLUTCH                  
     90297249  
    
      2  COVER,AND PRESSURE PLATE,                             14128449   -                1    90443334     6 66 010                      
         ASSY.,CLUTCH                  
     90443334
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