since its pretty new and not much info on the twin disc im going to put together a DIY with some info thats not really out there............sticky?
here is a few pics of the twin disc and flywheel:
here are some pictures compairing the twin disc to the spec stage 5 and spec/fedanza i took out:
look how much smaller and lighter the NGM flywheel is compared to the other "lightweight" flywheel
i did my clutch swap with pulling the motor and tranny together
after seperating the tranny remove old clutch and flywheel and bolt on new flywheel, TQ to specs for your car.
spray down the flywheel with brake and parts cleaner very well and wipe clean with NEW white lint free towel. and dont touch it with anything again
spray all parts of the new clutch,both sides of both disc's, wipe down with another NEW lint free white towel.either get some new loves or use other new lint free towels to handle all the parts, reassemble clutch disc's and pressure plate and bolt to the the flywheel
be sure to have both discs lined up before bolting down the pressure plate
i had a hard time getting them to line up even with my alining tool. ended up i just used my finger so i could feel both discs and when right together.
if you have an alining tool it should freely slide through both discs with zero binding at all or the tranny will not slide on fully
TQ to specs , i did 20 FT pounds
old spec 5 for referance
now to the transmission........
remove the 3 bolts and factory bearing cup
use factory bolts and bolt on the new throw out bearing
run both supplied braide lies out of the old fork hole used for the factory clutch
bolt everything back together the reinstall.
one of the braided lines is for bleeding the system
after bleeding i just ziptied it down
the other line comes with needed adaptor and conects to the existing clutch line just like factory
go drive it and have fun