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Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 11:33:20 +0200
From: frode <fh_nospannospammica.no>
Subject: Re: New clutch noisy


On 23 May 2004 02:07:04 GMT, Dave Hinz <DaveMay2004nospam-creek.net> wrote: > On Sun, 23 May 2004 00:13:43 +0200, frode <fh_nospannospammica.no> wrote: >> ... > Did you replace the throw-out and pilot bearings? The 9000 does not have a pilot bearing like the old 900/99's, the throw-out was swapped with a newer one, and the slave cyl. rebuilt by me. If this was the problem, I would expect a lot of noise with the pedal fully pressed, but the noise is kind of proportional to the torque conveyed to the transmission. That means the source of the sound is where the pressure is applied. > >> Sounds like a pig dying or somethimg, metal-to-metal. > > Ouch. Sounds like a re-do to some extent. > >> Could it be that I used abrasive paper on the flywheel to make it shine >> (silly, I admit)? > > No, that's neither suspect nor particularly silly, assuming you got > all the grit out of there. Washed it with alcohol afterwards >> If the disk is the wrong way, I wouldn't be able to drive, would I? > > That, I don't know; I'd be surprised if you could have done so. Did > everything seem right when you tightened the pressure plate down, or > did things go wierd then? > > I didn't have a 9000 but the 900's clutch is pretty much the > same, I don't think you could put it in backwards without noticing. > Maybe I'm wrong ;) > > Maybe someone here will have more specific advice, but I'm thinking > "take it apart and see what's shiny and/or gouged, and that's > the part with problems". Lots of work, I'm afraid. > I can think of only three possible explanations, listed in order of probability: 1. The disk is doing some high-frequency judder, causing the spring action to produce the metallic stream 2. Problem with the disk itself, but its a genuine Sachs 3. Disk wrong way -- Frode

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