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Sachs standard clutch and flywheel kit---- max torque?

Ergun84 Aug 18, 2013

  1. Ergun84

    Ergun84 New Member

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    Hi guys,

    Just a quick question... Does anybody know what the max torque that a standard sachs clutch and flywheel will be able to handle?
    After remap and dpf delete my A3 2.0 tdi 170 had around 350 lb of torque and 215 bhp and I think it may have killed the cars existing clutch. So I just bought a standard sachs kit for £450 on ebay and was wondering if it would be worth it to keep the map on the car after they are replaced.

    Unfortunately can't afford to go for any sport or uprated kit at the moment.

    Thanks.
     
  2. AudiMafia

    AudiMafia Member

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    it can handle up to 400lb max 450lb why don't you call them to find out, they will know.
     
  3. TDI140

    TDI140 Well-Known Member

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    So a sachs standard clutch + flywheel can handle 400 ft lb ish mines also starting to slip in 2nd to third

    btw thats a nice power increase from dpf delete and map
     
  4. tdi-man

    tdi-man Well-Known Member

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    I'm running standard flywheel with a helix clutch am in need of a proper remap soon so what sort of ftlb should i be looking at ?

    what can the flywheel take ?
     
  5. tdi-man

    tdi-man Well-Known Member

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    No m8 it wont take 400 ft lb made a few calls this morning and a uprated paddle clutch can take 380 ft lbs so helix tell me.



     
  6. tdi-man

    tdi-man Well-Known Member

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    also darkside tell me a standard clutch will be ok at 285 ft lb



     
  7. TDI140

    TDI140 Well-Known Member

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    Mines driving fine sometimes slips of i drive it hard, and im at 341ft lb on stock clutch but need upgrade that can handle my torque, so i dont need flywheel ? Just upgrade my clutch ?
     
  8. Rhyso

    Rhyso Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    if its apart then its worth changing the flywheel. It will save you in labour costs!

    stock clutch will take some abuse; a lot of it is down to how the power is delivered and how heavy your right foot is!

    I've covered 37,000 mapped miles (cars has done 68K) on the stock setup running approx 205bhp and 320lbs ft torque. A mate I know covered over 80K in his mapped MK4 150 PD!!
     
  9. TDI140

    TDI140 Well-Known Member

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    Will leave it till it gets worse and have whole lot done flywheel and clutch
     

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