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FLYWHEEL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Do not reuse flywheel to crank bolts- Regardless of the bolts to be used they must be checked for proper length (See illustration below). Whether purchasing new OEM, ARP or their equivalent modifying may be necessary. Make sure that the flywheel bolts thread properly into the crankshaft smooth with no binding. If binding is felt, it may be necessary to “chase” the threads with a proper thread chaser. IMPORTANT-CHECK BOLT LENGTH Flywheel Tighten the flywheel bolt into the crankshaft. Note measurement “B”. Because of the complexity of some applications Clutch Masters recommends professional installation. If you are capable follow your factory service manual for removal and installation. If you are using other than OEM fasteners tighten flywheel to crank and pressure plate to flywheel bolts per that manufacturer’s recommendations. It is important not to allow any threadlocker to seep between the flywheel and the crankshaft flange. The following procedure is the correct method: 1. Using torque plate (if supplied) insert and tighten all fasteners evenly in a cross hatch pattern to 20 ft/lb. 2. Removing one fastener at a time apply Loctite® threadlocker or equivalent to the flywheel bolt threads re-install and tighten to 20ft/lb. Continue with the remaining fasteners. 3. Continue to torque all flywheel-to crankshaft bolts to manufacturer’s specifications. FLYWHEEL FASTENER TORQUE GUIDE IMPORTANT: If fasteners are supplied or a non yield to torque fastener is used see the bolt torque chart for specifications. Improper tightening could cause the fasteners to fail. Do not use an impact driver to tighten flywheel-tocrankshaft bolts. Flywheel to Crank Bolt Dia FT/lbs Pressure Plate to Flywheel nm Bolt Dia FT/lbs nm 75 8x1.0 20 27 10X1.0 55 10X1.25 65 88 8x1.25 20 27 12X1.0 87 118 7x1.0 15 20 12X1.25 96 130 5/16-24 20 27 12X1.5 80 108 5/16-18 20 27 If fastener is not listed use OEM torque specifications clutchmasters.com Call: (909) 877-6800
PLEASE READ The end user must verify fitment before installation. Please take a moment to read these instructions in their entirety before you begin the installation Professional installation is recommended. The following flywheel installation tips will help guarantee that your new flywheel will perform to the highest OEM standards. Aasco Motorsports flywheels are manufactured to the highest quality and will perform to OEM specifications if installed and used as designed. Aasco Motorsports flywheels are Zero-Balanced from our factory. Aasco Motorsports flywheels may include a torque plate, fasteners for the flywheel to crank as well as pressure plate hardware depending on the application. The torque plate in all cases must be used if supplied. Aasco Motorsports flywheels are designed to replace your OE single or dualmass flywheel utilizing the stock pressure plate unless otherwise specified. We recommend always replacing the clutch disc, pressure plate and throw-out bearing with new good quality OEM or aftermarket parts. Do not reuse flywheel to crank bolts- Regardless of the bolts to be used they must be checked for proper length (See illustration below). Whether purchasing new OEM, ARP or their equivalent modifying may be necessary. Make sure that the flywheel bolts thread properly into the crankshaft smooth with no binding. If binding is felt, it may be necessary to “chase” the threads with a proper thread chaser. Aasco Motorsports is not responsible for any damage resulting from the incorrect length or quality of fastener. Pre-installation check Remove the flywheel from the package and clean all rust preventative solution from the flywheel surface using a degreasing solvent such as brake clean. Failure to do so may cause premature clutch failure. Applications with reluctors (Trigger wheels) on the flywheel. Compare by setting the OEM flywheel on top of the Aasco Motorsports flywheel with the crank holes lined up to verify reluctor position. Check release bearing, release bearing guide tube and or clutch fork for wear and replace if necessary. Check for any sign of oil leaks. If an oil leak is found repair the seals or gaskets as necessary.
FLYWHEEL BOLTS TORQUE SPECS. 20R/22R/22RE MANUAL <80 FT-LBS.> AUTO <10-15 FT-LBS.> 2RZ MANUAL <65 FT-LBS.> AUTO <54 FT-LBS.>. FLYWHEEL BOLTS TORQUE SPECS 20R/22R/22RE MANUAL <80 FT-LBS.> AUTO <10-15 FT-LBS.> 2RZ MANUAL <65 FT-LBS.> AUTO <54 FT-LBS.> 3RZ MANUAL <19 FT-LBS. +PLUS 90º> AUTO <54 FT-LBS.> 3VZ MANUAL <65 FT-LBS.> AUTO <61 FT-LBS.> 5VZ MANUAL <63 FT-LBS.> AUTO <61 FT-LBS.> CLUTCH PRESSURE PLATE-TO-FLYWHEEL <11 TO 15 FT-LBS.>
Always disconnect negative battery cable prior to doing any major work on your vehicle. When removing your old clutch, note which way the clutch disc was facing (spring pack facing engine or transmission). You will want to install the new disc with the same orientation as the old disc you removed. Before installing your new clutch clean the inner bellhousing area to make sure no debris gets onto the new clutch. Also inspect clutch bar for any damage (cracks, excessive wear etc…). Remove flywheel and either resurface or replace. The flywheel must have a fresh surface for the clutch disc to mate to! Failure to resurface the flywheel can result in shorter clutch life and abnormal wear or vibration. If the flywheel is discolored from excessive heat, you may need to replace it. Install flywheel using a small amount of Loctite on the flywheel bolts. Torque the bolts in a star pattern. See the chart below for proper torque specs. 2RZ/3RZ flywheel bolts can not be re-used! These are a torque-to-yield bolt that are only intended to be torqued down once. New flywheel bolts are available from LC Engineering. Install new pilot bearing in crankshaft. Failure to replace pilot bearing can result in annoying squeal noises when cold. We supply a new pilot bearing in all of our clutch kits. Place clutch disc on flywheel, using the supplied alignment tool to make installation of the transmission easier. For all 20R, 22R, 22RE, 22RET, 2RZ, and 3RZ clutches, the spring side of the clutch disk faces the pressure plate/transmission. For 5VZ V6 clutches, the spring side faces the flywheel. If there is any confusion refer back to which way the stock disc was facing. Install pressure plate onto flywheel, making sure to align the dowel pins in the flywheel with the corresponding holes in the pressure plate. Verifiy that the alignment tool keeps the clutch disk centered in the assembly (do not let the tool just hang on its own, you need to keep it centered as you install the pressure plate. Torque bolts evenly a little at a time in a star pattern. If the pressure plate is not torqued evenly in steps it can cause the plate to warp, this will not be covered under warranty. LC Engineering recommends tightening the pressure plate with hand tools only. Refer to chart below for torque specs. Remove alignment tool. Replace throw-out bearing. The throw-out bearing is held in with two retaining clips that hold it to the clutch fork. Lubricate all moving parts; input shaft, pressure plate “finger” tips, throw out bearing contact surfaces etc… with white lithium grease or Anti-sieze. This will ensure smooth performance and engagement of the clutch. With the new throw out bearing in place, slide the transmission onto the engine, being extremely careful not to let the weight of the transmission hang on the clutch disk. This can cause serious damage to the disk. With the clutch disk properly aligned during installation, the input shaft should not require any force to install. Rocking the transmision or turning the output shaft as you install the tranny may help if it doesn’t go in all the way. DO NOT USE THE BELLHOUSING BOLTS TO DRAW THE TRANSMISSION AND ENGINE TOGETHER! This can result in serious damage, especially to the new clutch or the thrust bearings inside the engine, and should not be necessary if everything is installed and aligned properly. Re-install slave cylinder and other components you may have removed to gain access to the clutch. If needed, bleed clutch hydraulic system according to repair manual. Road test vehicle, avoiding aggressive driving for the first 500-750 miles. Proper break-in procedure is crucial to long service life out of your new clutch.
Because of standard OEM factory manufacturing tolerances, the aluminum flywheel to crankshaft fit may vary from slip to interference. If an interference is present, check to see that when the flywheel bolts are torqued, the flywheel is pulled tight against the mating crankshaft surface. Remove flywheel and inspect for evidence of proper fit. Excessive flywheel run-out is evidence of improper fit. Interference at the crankshaft “boss” can be corrected by removing excessive material with a 3 cornered scraper or by heating the flywheel on an electric "hot plate". Never leave the hot plate unattended. Aluminum expands at twice the rate of steel so that in order to retain a tight fit when the engine and flywheel gets hot — the aluminum flywheel has to go on tighter at ambient temperatures for a proper tight fit at running temperatures. Test the flywheel and clutch that you plan to use for rotational clearance inside of the bellhousing and to the engine for clearance before final assembly. Normal manufacturing tolerances with the factory bellhousings, oil pan, sensors, engine blocks and or any other area that could cause clearance problems must be checked. The flywheel application has been derived using the best possible sources. The end user must verify fitment before installation. For vehicles equipped with sensors triggered off of the flywheel, measure the clearance between the flywheel and trigger before removal of the original flywheel. This clearance must be matched after installation of your new flywheel. This may require shimming for clearance or moving the senor in. Failure to do so will result in a vehicle that runs poorly or not at all. Apply a small amount of Loctite to the OD of your pilot bearing when installing it in your new flywheel. The fit is not as tight as your OEM steel flywheel as the aluminum flywheel and steel bearing heat differently. The flywheel must be designed this way to work properly. Clutch threaded bolt holes are USS (coarse thread) or standard Metric as this is stronger for aluminum. If your flywheel uses dowels for the clutch, the dowels should be pressed in with a vise. You must apply a small amount permanent Loctite on each dowel before installation. Follow the OEM specifications for the flywheel to crank bolts and torque the clutch mounting bolts to OEM Specifications. Wipe the friction surface with brake cleaner to remove protective film. ...
JB Racing, Inc. is the original designer and manufacturer of the E36 aluminum flywheel for BMW’s.. We offer street stock replacement lightweight aluminum flywheels for Audi, BMW, Mini Cooper “S” and ULTRA-LITE competition/racing flywheels and flywheel/clutch kits for selected Audi, BMW, and Porsche applications. All JBR flywheels are manufactured in-house to exacting standards on our MAZAK CNC machinery using the highest quality materials available which enables us to maintain the highest level of quality control of our products. Your selection and purchase of our premium quality flywheel product is appreciated. It is designed to provide performance enhancements for your vehicle and when properly installed and not abused, will provide many years of trouble-free service. Please take a moment to read these instructions in their entirety before you begin the installation to ensure it is installed correctly, therefore providing optimum service life. Professional installation is strongly recommended. All JB Racing flywheels are sold as COMPLETE KITS which include high quality, re-usable installation hardware and hardened bolt-ring which must be used. Do not install using the OE hardware. EACH FLYWHEEL KIT INCLUDES:CNC machined aluminum flywheel Replaceable, hardened steel friction surface Dowel pins and pressure plate installation hardware Heli-coil inserts installed in pressure plate mounting holes Factory equivalent starter ring gear, heat shrunk & bolted Hardened flywheel bolt-ring with 10.9 grade installation bolts Flywheels are Zero-Balanced
Please follow instructions carefully Step 1: Clean AA flywheel thoroughly with solvent to remove rust inhibitor. Step 2: Do not reuse factory flywheel bolts, instead use new flywheel bolts supplied. Step 3: Follow your vehicle manufacturer installation procedure. - 80 Ft/Lbs torque for Flywheel bolts to Crankshaft. Use RED Loctite on Crankshaft bolts only. - 20 Ft/Lbs torque for Pressure Plate Bolts. USE special washers on pressure plate bolts. Use BLUE Loctite on these bolts. Step 4: Replace Gearbox lube with REDLINE ATF if under warranty. Use REDLINE MTL if off warranty. CLUTCH DISC: Please note, after installing AA flywheel and new clutch disc, the vehicles should be driven moderately to seat the disc properly. LIMITED LIABILITY: All flywheels are manufactured for off-road use applications and are considered racing parts. Active Autowerke will not be responsible or liable for labor, incidental or consequential damages of any kind. E36 M3 Flywheel Installation he front section of driveshaft has to come down. p the center support too. The insulation was removed right after the exhaust. Disconnect the clutch slave cylinder, the electronic connection elps. Especially for the starter mounting bolts. p the center support too. The insulation was removed right after the exhaust. Disconnect the clutch slave cylinder, the electronic connection elps. Especially for the starter mounting bolts. the old that needs to be replaced with a AA Clutch Fork. On 96-99 models to maintain the proper clutch release point. Note you might hav he pressure plate on with a hand impact. DO NOT USE AIRTOOLS! Airtools will likely strip the heads of the hex bolts, they're soft. Get a ham ct so you can get the flywheel off.
INCLUDED CRANKSHAFT BOLTS ARE DESIGNED TO TORQUE DIRECTLY AGAINST THE FLYWHEEL. IF SO EQUIPPED, PLEASE DO NOT RE-USE THE OE CRANKSHAFT BOLT PLATE WITH YOUR NEW FLYWHEEL. INCLUDED CRANKSHAFT BOLTS ARE DESIGNED TO TORQUE DIRECTLY AGAINST THE FLYWHEEL. IF SO EQUIPPED, PLEASE DO NOT RE-USE THE OE CRANKSHAFT BOLT PLATE WITH YOUR NEW FLYWHEEL. INCLUDED CRANKSHAFT BOLTS ARE DESIGNED TO TORQUE DIRECTLY AGAINST THE FLYWHEEL. IF SO EQUIPPED, PLEASE DO NOT RE-USE THE OE CRANKSHAFT BOLT PLATE WITH YOUR NEW FLYWHEEL. A small amount of threadlocking compound is recommended on all clutch fasteners. DO NOT use a washer with this flywheel bolt. A small amount of threadlocking compound is recommended on all clutch fasteners. DO NOT use a washer with this flywheel bolt. A small amount of threadlocking compound is recommended on all clutch fasteners. DO NOT use a washer with this flywheel bolt. Tighten all bolts evenly, ¼ turn at a time in a crisscross pattern until flywheel is completely drawn-up to the crankshaft. Tighten all bolts evenly, ¼ turn at a time in a crisscross pattern until flywheel is completely drawn-up to the crankshaft. Tighten all bolts evenly, ¼ turn at a time in a crisscross pattern until flywheel is completely drawn-up to the crankshaft. Torque all bolts in 3 steps: First to 25 ft/lbs. then 50 ft/lbs. Final torque to: 70 - 72 ft/lbs. Torque all bolts in 3 steps: First to 25 ft/lbs. then 50 ft/lbs. Final torque to: 70 - 72 ft/lbs. Torque all bolts in 3 steps: First to 25 ft/lbs. then 50 ft/lbs. Final torque to: 70 - 72 ft/lbs. Note: These specifications apply only to the fasteners supplied by Centerforce. I10CB002 CENTERFORCE TECH. LINE (928) 771-8422 Note: These specifications apply only to the fasteners supplied by Centerforce. I10CB002 CENTERFORCE TECH. LINE (928) 771-8422 Note: These specifications apply only to the fasteners supplied by Centerforce. I10CB002 CENTERFORCE TECH. LINE (928) 771-8422
B y J o h n K i l l i n g e r After thousands of pages of Harry Potter’s story, it is clear now that this has been J. K. Rowling’s theme from the beginning: love, friendship, sacrifice, and eventually life. For it is life that springs out of Harry’s gift of himself: the life of self-sacrifice, the life that defeats death, the life of ongoing friendship. F riends. Amigos. Chums. Companions. Mates. Buddies. Jesus did not say lightly to his disciples at the Last Supper, “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends…. I do not call you servants any longer…but I have called you friends” (John 15:13, 15). Scholars think they were celebrating a Jewish friendship meal, one in which men pledged their love and fidelity to one another regardless of what might befall them. In view of what was about to happen, Jesus’ words were extraordinarily charged with meaning and emotion. J. K. Rowling, author of the popular Harry Potter novels, may have had that scene in mind when she began her seventh and final novel of the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, for she set at its beginning an epigram from William Penn, founder of the Quakers: “This is the comfort of friends, that though they may be said to die, yet their friendship and society are, in the best sense, ever present, because immortal.”1 Then she wrote a story that in many ways parallels the death and resurrection of Jesus. I had suspected from the first novel that Harry was actually a Christfigure. He was marked in an early encounter with the evil Lord Voldemort by a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead, and the name for God vouchsafed to Moses, I Am Who I Am, is believed by some to have been derived 60 Friendship from a primitive description of a lightning bolt. Harry’s arrival at his Muggle (that is, nonwizarding) relatives’ home was marked by strange phenomena in the natural world, like those that accompanied the birth of Jesus. Dumbledore and Professor McGonagall, who oversaw his arrival, looked suspiciously like God the Father and Sophia, his female counterpart. At Hogwarts, the wizarding school, Harry fell in with a coterie of very special close friends—Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, and Neville Longbottom— If there was any doubt about Harry’s being who often remind us of Jesus’ inner circle of discicreated in the image of Christ, it is surely ples, Peter, James, and John. (Ron is the stubborn, blusdispelled in The Deathly Hallows volume, where tering Peter!) I suggested, therefore, he is repeatedly called “the Chosen One.” in a book called God, the Devil, and Harry Potter, written after the fourth novel had appeared, that Harry would eventually die like Christ.2 And indeed, in the final novel, he does. He dies voluntarily, as Christ did, literally presenting himself to Voldemort for execution. And then, as Christ did, he returns from death, this time to deal a mortal blow to the prince of darkness himself. If there was any doubt about Harry’s being created in the image of Christ, it is surely ...
THERMOSTATS, THERMOSWITCHES & TEMPERATURE SENDER UNITS OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE HELLA THERMOSTATS The automotive thermostat is used in the cooling system of an engine cooled by liquid or air. It is used as a valve that directs the engine’s liquid ﬂow to the radiator. Dear customer: HELLA THERMOSTATS This HELLA brochure provides a technical / speciﬁcation overview of Thermostats, Thermoswitches and Temperature Sender Units. Allows fast heating of the engine (the thermostat remains closed while the engine is cool). Information is reﬂected in a simpliﬁed manner in order to ensure ease of understanding. The brochure is divided into three actions. Each section provides an overview, followed by more detailed, part speciﬁc information. We trust you will ﬁnd this brochure informative. Your HELLA Automotive South Africa Team Keeps the engine operating between the designed temperature limits (a er the thermostat is active). ADVANTAGES: OPERATING TEMPERATURE The initial opening temperature is encoded in all types of thermostats. Example: 288.80. In consideration of the tolerance deviation of ± 2ºC, in this case the thermostat starts to Reduce friction and extend the engine’s life. Reach the maximum torque and power. Avoid excessive fuel consumption. Avoid high levels of emission. Minimise fuel consumption and pollutant emission. FUNCTIONING The thermostat uses a petroleum-reﬁned thermo-expansive wax that is calibrated according to speciﬁcation. With the increase of temperature, the wax expands inside the thermo-element, causing the displacement of the stainless steel pin, compressing the spring and opening the valve, which allows the passage of the liquid to the radiator....