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Old 12-21-2020, 12:31 PM   #151
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Old 12-21-2020, 12:55 PM   #152
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Isn't that rule for V8, not 4 cyl?

CLUTCH, FLYWHEEL, FLYWHEEL SHIELD
Clutch and flywheel meeting SFI Spec 1.1 or 1.2 (2-disc
maximum) mandatory. Steel flywheel shield meeting SFI Spec
6.1 mandatory on all V-8 cars with a clutch. Flywheel shield
cannot be modified for clutch adjustment and/or cooling holes.


4 and 6 cylinders don't need a flywheel shield. They do need an approved clutch and flywheel.
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Billy,i have a vintage magazine feature on cavalier "hop ups".-in the stax.its yours!....."the train has left the station on this project"...billys nees after looking at the corvette for the last 30 years!.,the zinga!
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Old 12-29-2020, 06:55 PM   #154
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Billy breaking out old reliable to do some "laptop" tuning on the Cavalier...
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Old 12-30-2020, 08:40 PM   #155
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CLUTCH, FLYWHEEL, FLYWHEEL SHIELD
Clutch and flywheel meeting SFI Spec 1.1 or 1.2 (2-disc
maximum) mandatory. Steel flywheel shield meeting SFI Spec
6.1 mandatory on all V-8 cars with a clutch. Flywheel shield
cannot be modified for clutch adjustment and/or cooling holes.


4 and 6 cylinders don't need a flywheel shield. They do need an approved clutch and flywheel.
Not to stir the pot but can you run a hyd clutch in stock?? Tom
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Old 12-30-2020, 09:17 PM   #156
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Not to stir the pot but can you run a hyd clutch in stock?? Tom
Sure, if it came that way.
I can't imagine anyone would want to retro-fit one.
Almost sure you CAN'T use a hydraulic TOB..
And no, you can't put a line lock in the hyd. line, and hook it to a button ;-)
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The reason I ask is the 2002 F body came with hdy clutch but you had to make it mechanical. Tom
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The reason I ask is the 2002 F body came with hdy clutch but you had to make it mechanical. Tom
Had to? Why, exactly?
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Had to? Why, exactly?
Don't think you have to,just easier to do mechanical with bellhousing and transmission they are using.
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Don't think you have to,just easier to do mechanical with bellhousing and transmission they are using.
I agree with you, buddy.
The 86 Cimarron was hydraulic, and I couldn't stand it.
It turned out that first year Cavalier (also a J car) had a cable clutch, so we just ordered all the parts new from a Chevy dealer..Of course they were only four years old then.
We're going to see if Ford has a better idea. ;-)
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