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    Replacing dual mass fly wheel with a solid?

    RIght guys I am looking at getting a cost for replacing my clutch and flywheel and I am undecided do I replace the dual mass with a solid what are your thoughts?

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    What's your engine ? 5 or 6 speed ?
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    And what are your current spec/future plans for said engine

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    its a 5 speed and i have no future plans for it other than to drive it until the car falls apart or either is beyond economical repair....

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    is it a 1.9TDI as iv got a fantastic GEN VAG DMFW with clutch plate in it up for grabs before you sling in a solid DMFL that may cause you more problems later.

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    Dmf all the way

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    Bro.Paul 2.5TDI Quattro Sport

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    I was told that the solid ones shake the car to bits and the rest of the engine.

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    On a diesel a solid flywheel sounds awful, only reason I never went with one.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_9zOMNscq0

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_z8Vmo-s1TY

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    They're not all like that. Mine (not an Audi, but a Seat) is no louder than standard

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    Not had problem with Solid flywheel for 20 000 miles, total 200 000 miles on car 1.9 tdi 130 sport
    must be one of the lucky ones.

 

 

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