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Will a Sachs DMF fit a car that originally had a LUK ?

akash_sky1 Sep 16, 2010

  1. akash_sky1

    akash_sky1 Active Member

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    Hi people going to be fitting the reinforced Sachs clutch disc and pressure plate to my car and need to replace the DMF as well which is totally knakerd..

    Does anyone know if a Sachs DMF will fit my car as hear this can allow for higher clamping forces due to its dimensions?
     
    Last edited: Sep 16, 2010
  2. CJ3BLUE

    CJ3BLUE Member

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    Hi mate Sachs dont do a DMF they only make the single mass flywheel.
    If you want a DMF it has to be the oem LUK one which does the job fine.
    Did mine a few months back ;-)
     
  3. akash_sky1

    akash_sky1 Active Member

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    Ok I was browsing thru the Sachs site and wasn't paying attention...can't wait to get this and the Autotech on and for some beasty driving again. Interesting to see how it handles hard launches once its bedded in.
     
  4. adamss24

    adamss24 Well-Known Member

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    LUK is part of the Sachs group so yes, they do DMF's ! On some models the DMF are interchangable but dealers allways change like for like ! I would get in touch with people from sachs and see what they say.
     
  5. tdi-man

    tdi-man Well-Known Member

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    i changed my luk clutch and dmf for a sachs one
     
  6. SAiLO

    SAiLO Well-Known Member VCDS Map User

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    Sachs do make dual mass flywheels. Got one fitted in my A3.
     
  7. chrissy1502002

    chrissy1502002 Member

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    Forget DMF and go the whole hog and get a Sachs group N race clutch and SMF, you wont regret it! lol
     

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