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Old 04-18-2008, 06:01   #1 (permalink)
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Question clutch arm on an XY

Hi Guys,

Looking for some advice on what sort of angle the clutch arm would come out of the bellhousing on an XY.

I can't remember what mine looked like with the factory 9 1/2" twin plate though I did have to adjust the length of the push rod going into the slave cylinder.

Reason I ask is that I'm setting up a new McLeod street twin clutch on their special thin flywheel and trying to establish wether I can use my original fork and slave or go to a telescopic slave cylinder (and have to change the master)

Trial built it today and the arm is a little oversquare of the slave mounting surface. That is the outer end of the arm is just slightly closer to the rear of the car, not absolutely paralell with the bellhousing or gearbox face.

All ideas gratefully accepted

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