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      850R clutch vs T5M clutch (picts)

      During my recent 850R clutch install, we took a few pictures to compare the two setups. So far, the 850R setup is working well with Stage 3 with no slippage.


















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      Can you ask someone to get the time right on SS, it's worse than before
      Now it's 10 minutes ahead of real life time..

      How's the take up?
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      The only noticable difference between the two setups if the distance of the pedal travel. The pedeal travel feels like its been cut in half. I am use to it now but at first I thought the floor mat was caught under the pedal. Engagement is not sudden nor jarring, and I am happy to say it is not much different in the over all feel.

      We also installed a new throw out bearing, it was the expensive one! It is still smooth and easy to shift in DC traffic.

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      nice work. I am having this done next week. Any problems with the crank sensor and the new flywheel?

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      Very interested in those pics, thanks for taking the time, although I don't claim to understand what it all means. The weight differential I get, though. Do you notice the revs drop any quicker between shifts with the single mass?
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      There do not appear to be any problems with the crank sensor - what would the symptoms be? I do have a slight issue that after sitting all night, going to start up takes a bit more, but I believe this is fuel related. I hope to park the T5 and send the injectors off to be cleaned.

      I haven't really been tracking the revs to be able to compare between the two flywheels and give feedback.

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      GREAT illustration!

      Thanks for sharing!

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      Anyone know which clutch an S70 T5M has if it has a single mass flywheel from the factory?
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      Very nice pictures Chris, thanks for the info!!

      I'm surprised Jim didn't comment on the "duel" vs. "dual" confusion
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      Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
      There do not appear to be any problems with the crank sensor - what would the symptoms be? I do have a slight issue that after sitting all night, going to start up takes a bit more, but I believe this is fuel related. I hope to park the T5 and send the injectors off to be cleaned.

      I haven't really been tracking the revs to be able to compare between the two flywheels and give feedback.
      Long starts might be the symptom. See this thread:http://volvospeed.com/vs_forum/index...-and-flywheel/

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      My symptom acts as if the fuel pressure is low as the long start issue is only after the T5 sits overnight or all day. Starts within a few hours are the normal 1-2 seconds -- the long start is 3-4secs.

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