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    I still want to get an OEM flywheel for the spec clutch. I can't imagine ripping the flywheel apart. I'm always so gentle with the clutch.

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    what is the difference between these two spec stage 3 +?


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    I see in some pages saying... 571 torque (the first model) and in the other 671 max torque (the second model).


    By the way .... for which we will install Steel SFMW, we must to order NO-SAC, correct?

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    One of those is for the single mass flywheel, the other is for the stock flywheel, I believe.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    Now the other little surprise is it looks like I have the unfortunate 6 bolt crank, CM is doing their best to machine one for me, they should have it shipped out on 2/14/2013. From looking at the 8 bolt version you can definitely tell this is the clutch to get and for competitors to beat.
    so it's confirmed the 8 bolts are a little stronger than 6?

    and again, can anyone explain how SMFW's are so noisy on N54's when they're silent on 99% of other cars on the road??

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by vasillalov Click here to enlarge
    It was not until the N54 platform got into the high hp/ high-torque numbers till we started seeing drive line problems! In the beginning it was the OEM clutches slipping. We started upgrading those. Then we started tearing up half-axles due to massive wheel hop. We now have aftermarket ones that do not twist up and shred. To eliminate wheel hop we added aftermarket rear subframe bushings, toe arms, differential bushings and lock kits. Recently, we started tearing up through drive shafts. So now we have after market drive shafts. Even more recently the hot topic is flywheels. When we upgrade this and we push the platform further, who knows what else will start crapping out. Perhaps we'll start tearing through transmission mounts...
    how many people have lost driveshafts? i've only seen one dzenno's) i think?

    fortunately for me, due to length differences, and possibly mixing up diffs... i need a custom one anyway! haha (no idea on material choice yet)

    i'm just lucky i NEED to upgrade all this stuff right off the bat.
    boop

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    okay ... one of them, but still do not know which of the 2 is.




    the -2 is supposed to SMFW?

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    Call them.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
    Call them.

    very helpful Click here to enlargetext-lol:

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    Anyone have a link to purchase the correct Steel SMFW and spec stage 3 clutch, that is the best combo right? Gets rid of the stock DMFW and no misfires right?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by uniter Click here to enlarge
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Torgus Click here to enlarge
    Anyone have a link to purchase the correct Steel SMFW and spec stage 3 clutch, that is the best combo right? Gets rid of the stock DMFW and no misfires right?
    Contact Jake or Dzenno@PTF, I bought mine off them and they were really helpful. Also they followed my instructions for overseas shipping which many other vendors seem to mess up.
    Alpine White 2008 6MT 335i - Cobb AP - PTF Tuned - RB Turbos - AR DPs - VRSF 3.5" exhaust - Custom FMIC - 380mm BBK F&R - BMS DCI - M3 DCT LSD - Whiteline subframe bushes - M3 Sways and rear arms - M3 wishbones - ER CP - Spec Stage 3+ clutch and steel SMFW - AST 4100 Coilovers - UUC DSSR -UUC Black tranny mounts - TMS Alu diff bushes - Forge DVs - Aquamist HFS-4 meth - Alufelgen CS7s - BMWP V1 Steering Wheel

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