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Re: DIY: Clutch and flywheel, 2.7L 6 speed

hm. Getting ready to mate the tranny with the engine tonight. Everything was pulled, so it's not in the car. Wondering how the clutch forks get behind the TOB?
 

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Re: DIY: Clutch and flywheel, 2.7L 6 speed

was wondering how long it would take to change out the clutch? i am having a shop do it but he said it looks to be about a 7 hour job. that just seems a little longer than i would have thought...
 

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Re: DIY: Clutch and flywheel, 2.7L 6 speed

was wondering how long it would take to change out the clutch? i am having a shop do it but he said it looks to be about a 7 hour job. that just seems a little longer than i would have thought...
That sounds about right. If you've read all the previous posts on this thread and what is involved, 7 hours is about right. Replacing the clutch is fairly simple. Getting to it is not and can break a lot of things if not done properly.
 

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Re: DIY: Clutch and flywheel, 2.7L 6 speed

well i read a lot of the posts... not all :)

a guy my bro works with said he will do for $350 and should take him about 4 hrs. from what i heard he mostly works on hondas so hopefully he doesnt run into any issues he didnt expect. know that im thinking about that ill give him the link to this DIY. prob be a good idea.
 

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Re: DIY: Clutch and flywheel, 2.7L 6 speed

well i read a lot of the posts... not all :)

a guy my bro works with said he will do for $350 and should take him about 4 hrs. from what i heard he mostly works on hondas so hopefully he doesnt run into any issues he didnt expect. know that im thinking about that ill give him the link to this DIY. prob be a good idea.
damn 4 hours ? no way. ask him if hes ever done a front wheel drive, 6 cylinder clutch before. if not, dont let him touch it. its about 4 hours just to get the trans off. I just did my 2000 tib in record time of 6 hours, thats a 4 cylinder tho.

a good mechanic who has done this job before, and knows all the bolt sizes and doesnt brake anything, should take about 7 - 10 hours.
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

has anyone ever had a problem with the throw out bearing not seating into the pressure plate properly?! mine clicks in, but when i try my clutch it falls out, then my clutch is stuck, and i cant move it...
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

are you using a new TOB and Clutch ? or are you just replacing the TOB ?? in some instances a TOB might not match a clutch perfectly. you might need to consider getting a different TOB or contacting the manufacturer of the clutch and ask them what TOB they recommend.
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

I felt this needed to be added in here.
If you're as absentmindedly focused as I am, you may not have noticed that the instructions for a Fidanza flywheel require the removal of a steel plate from the stock flywheel and transplant into the new Fidanza.
Live and learn I guess.

http://www.fidanza.com/Files/hyundai flywheel instructions copy.pdf

"Good judgment is the result of experience.
Experience, is the result of bad judgment."

Welcome to my experience phase :3_worship
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

are you using a new TOB and Clutch ? or are you just replacing the TOB ?? in some instances a TOB might not match a clutch perfectly. you might need to consider getting a different TOB or contacting the manufacturer of the clutch and ask them what TOB they recommend.
its a whole new kit... clutch disk, pressure plate, throw out bearing (beck arnley) i returned it today and im gettin a luk clutch instead... hopefully it installs better. im pretty sure we did everything to try and fix it, but no go. ill let you guys know how it turns out.
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

Now it's my turn. I just hope it is the clutch... I only have 38k, but I do drive the piss out of my car. Something is deff wrong though. It "jumps" coming out of 1st. I noticed it slipping really bad when power-shifting a few months ago, but I figured that was just what you get with a low pressure stock clutch. Any recommendations on after market companies and what stage for a daily driver? I am thinking stage 2.
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

Now it's my turn. I just hope it is the clutch... I only have 38k, but I do drive the piss out of my car. Something is deff wrong though. It "jumps" coming out of 1st. I noticed it slipping really bad when power-shifting a few months ago, but I figured that was just what you get with a low pressure stock clutch. Any recommendations on after market companies and what stage for a daily driver? I am thinking stage 2.
For anyone just killing their stock clutch on a stock daily driver, the SPEC Stage 2 is your best bet, you can use it with your stock flywheel. Only about $350. It should come unsprung (which you want) unless you specify otherwise.
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

For anyone just killing their stock clutch on a stock daily driver, the SPEC Stage 2 is your best bet, you can use it with your stock flywheel. Only about $350. It should come unsprung (which you want) unless you specify otherwise.
South Bend recommends replacing the bearing support that the TOB rides over. Seems that it wears in a bell mouth pattern allowing the TOB to twist, which pulls on the clutch unevenly. Anyone else notice this?
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

Does anyone know the torq specs for the fidanza flywheel. also can I pot the tob on the arm and then just slide the clutch onto or does the tob have to be on the clutch first and then try and get the arms on after it in installed
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

Does anyone know the torq specs for the fidanza flywheel. also can I pot the tob on the arm and then just slide the clutch onto or does the tob have to be on the clutch first and then try and get the arms on after it in installed
Anyone??? I need the torque specs for the flywheel so i can finish putting in the clutch.
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

bump for specs just sitting around shop waiting
Damn dude that sucks, I'll check the service manual if you still need them.
 

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Re: DIY: 2.7L 6 Speed Clutch and Flywheel

Not sure on the torque specs personally. I just used an air ratchet and instinct :3_headsha

As far that the TOB goes, I placed it on the arm first. Once the tranny and engine are mated up you can simply twist the lever on the top and it should pop right in. Some find the need to hook up the clutch linkage and pop it in place that way too.
Either way.
 

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TIGHTENING TORQUE
Item
Nm
kg.cm
lb.ft

Camshaft sprocket bolt
90 ~ 110
900 ~ 1,100
65 ~ 80

Cylinder head cover bolt
8 ~ 10
80 ~ 100
5.8 ~ 7.2

Main bearing cap bolt
M10
M8

27~33 + (90°~94°)
13~19 + (90°~94°)

270~330 + (90°~94°)
130~190 + (90°~94°)

19.5 ~24 + (90° ~ 94°
10~14 + (90°~94°)

Connecting rod bolt
16~20 + (90°~94°)
160~200 + (90°~94°)
12~15 + (90°~94°)

Cylinder head bolt (Cold engine)
25 + (58°~92°) + (43°~47°)
250 + (58°~92°) + (43°~47°)
18 + (58°~92°) + (43°~47°)

Oil pan drain plug
35 ~ 45
350 ~ 450
25 ~ 33

Lower oil pan bolt
10 ~ 12
100 ~ 120
7 ~ 9

Upper oil pan bolt
[10×38mm (0.937×1.4961in.)]
[8×22mm (0.3150×0.8661in.)]
[161.5mm(6.3582in.)]
[152.5mm (6.0039in.)]

30 ~ 42
19 ~ 28
5 ~ 7
5 ~ 7

300 ~ 420
190 ~ 280
50 ~ 70
50 ~ 70

22 ~ 30
14 ~ 20
4 ~ 5
4 ~ 5

Oil screen bolt
15 ~ 22
150 ~ 220
11 ~ 16

Oil pump case bolt
12 ~ 15
120 ~ 150
9 ~ 11

Oil relief valve plug
40 ~ 50
400 ~ 500
29 ~ 36

Oil pressure switch
15 ~ 22
150 ~ 220
11 ~ 16

Oil pump cover screw
8 ~ 12
80 ~ 120
6 ~ 9

Oil filter
12 ~ 16
12 ~ 160
9 ~ 12

Fly wheel bolt
73 ~ 77
730 ~ 770
53 ~ 56

Drive plate and adaptor plate bolt
73 ~ 77
730 ~ 770
53 ~ 56

Air cleaner body installation bolt
8 ~ 12
80 ~ 120
6 ~ 9

Surge tank stay
15 ~ 20
150 ~ 200
11 ~ 14

Air intake surge tank to intake manifold (bolt)
15 ~ 20
150 ~ 200
11 ~ 14

Air intake surge tank to intake manifold (nut)
15 ~ 20
150 ~ 210
11 ~ 14

Intake manifold to cylinder head
19 ~ 21
190 ~ 150
14 ~ 15

Heat protector to exhaust manifold
12 ~ 15
120 ~ 350
9 ~ 11

Exhaust manifold to cylinder head (Self-locking nut)
30 ~ 35
300 ~ 150
22 ~ 26

Oil level gauge guide to engine
12 ~ 15
120 ~ 200
9 ~ 11

Water outlet fitting bolt
17 ~ 20
170 ~ 260
12 ~ 14

Power steering oil pump bracket to cylinder head
17 ~ 26
170 ~ 260
12 ~ 19

Power steering oil pump bracket
17 ~ 26
170 ~ 260
12 ~ 19

Crank position sensor wheel screw
5 ~ 6
50 ~ 60
3.6 ~ 4.3

Engine mounting insulator bolt
40 ~ 55
400 ~ 550
29 ~ 40

Engine mounting bracket nut
60 ~ 80
600 ~ 800
43 ~ 58

Engine mounting bracket bolt
60 ~ 80
600 ~ 800
43 ~ 58

Engine support bracket stud
30 ~ 40
300 ~ 400
22 ~ 59

Front roll stopper bracket to sub cross member bolt
40 ~ 55
400 ~ 550
29 ~ 40

Front roll stopper insulator bolt and nut
50 ~ 65
500 ~ 650
36 ~ 47

Rear roll stopper bracket to cross member bolt
40 ~ 55
400 ~ 550
29 ~ 40

Rear roll stopper insulator bolt and nut
50 ~ 65
500 ~ 650
36 ~ 47

Transaxle mounting bracket bolt
40 ~ 55
400 ~ 550
29 ~ 40

Transaxle mounting insulator bolt
90 ~ 110
900 ~ 1,100
65 ~ 80

Fuel hose clamp to rear cylinder head assembly
12 ~ 15
120 ~ 150
9 ~ 11

Transaxle mounting plate
10 ~ 12
100 ~ 120
7 ~ 9

Rear plate
10 ~ 12
100 ~ 120
7 ~ 9

Oil seal case
10 ~ 12
100 ~ 120
7 ~ 9

Crankshaft pulley bolt
180 ~ 190
1,800 ~ 1,900
130 ~138

Timing belt cover bolt
10 ~ 12
100 ~ 120
7 ~ 9

Engine hanger bracket to engine
20 ~ 27
200 ~ 270
14 ~ 20

Alternator mounting bracket to engine
20 ~ 30
200 ~ 300
14 ~ 22

Alternator mounting nut (Engine front case side)
20 ~ 30
200 ~ 300
14 ~ 22

Alternator mounting bolt (Alternator mounting bracket side)
20 ~ 30
200 ~ 300
14 ~ 22

Starter to transmission (Nut)
20 ~ 30
200 ~ 300
14 ~ 22

Starter to transmission (Bolt)
27 ~ 34
270 ~ 340
20 ~ 25

Driver belt pulley bolt
35 ~ 55
350 ~ 550
25 ~ 40

Driver belt tensioner bolt
20 ~ 27
200 ~ 270
14 ~ 20

Engine coolant pump to cylinder block bolt (Head mark "7" mark)
15 ~ 22
150 ~ 220
11 ~ 16

Engine coolant temperature sensor
20 ~ 40
200 ~ 400
14 ~ 29

Engine coolant inlet fitting attaching bolt
17 ~ 20
170 ~ 200
12 ~ 14

Throttle body to surge tank bolt
15 ~ 20
150 ~ 200
11 ~ 14

Oxygen sensor to exhaust manifold
40 ~ 50
400 ~ 500
29 ~ 36

Front exhaust pipe to exhaust manifold nut
30 ~ 40
300 ~ 400
22 ~ 29

Front exhaust pipe to catalytic converter bolt
40 ~ 60
400 ~ 600
29 ~ 43

Catalytic converter to center exhaust pipe nut
30 ~ 40
300 ~ 400
22 ~ 29

Center exhaust pipe to main muffler nut
30 ~ 40
300 ~ 400
22 ~ 29

Main muffler hanger support bracket bolt
10 ~ 15
100 ~ 150
7 ~ 11

Delivery pipe installation boly
10 ~ 15
100 ~ 150
7 ~ 11

Timing belt tensioner pulley bolt
43 ~ 55
430 ~ 550
31 ~ 40

Timing belt idler pulley bolt
50 ~ 60
500 ~ 600
36 ~ 43

Timing belt tensioner arm fixed bolt
35 ~ 55
350 ~ 550
25 ~ 40

Auto tensioner fixed bolt
20 ~ 27
200 ~ 270
14 ~ 20

Accelerator cable bracket
4 ~ 6
40 ~ 60
3 ~ 4

Spark plug
20 ~ 30
200 ~ 300
14 ~ 22
 
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