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> FS: 911S copper faced pressure plate, Flywheel, friction disk?, $200. OBO plus shipping from 90045 Sold till Mark get back in town
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post Nov 14 2017, 05:36 PM
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FS: 911S copper faced pressure plate, Flywheel, friction disk,


$200. OBO plus shipping from 90045
I think this is early 1965-1972 Porsche 911, 914

Mark wants it when he get back in LA. So it is sold as of now.

Thanks,

Bob

Not sure if I have all the info right but this was the Clutch that was in my six sitting from 1985 till now. The pressure plate says FICHTEL + SACHS AG and the friction disk is SACHS #1861222001

The PO of my 6 #41 said that it had a new clutch and a transmission rebuild 2,000 miles and 25 years before I bought it. It looks like the friction disk could have 2,000 miles on it but the pressure plate and flywheel for sure has more.

My car had a Hot Rod 69- 911s engine and some of you guys have bought parts from this engine over the years.
2.5Liter Aluminum case with 2.2 rods. It was a 2.5 Short stroke S Eng. I was told.

The cooper faced pressure plate has grooves in it. The flywheel has a 3.0 stamped in it and the PO has but in paint a different timing mark. I cleaned it up a little but you may want to have it resurfaced. I am not sure. I will see if I can answer any questions.

Transmission Rebuilt 2000 Miles ago by Performance Haus, 911S copper faced clutch, WEIGHT is 22LB

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Don't get pissed I do not want to trash it.


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The PO stopped driving this Eng. in 1986 because he could not pass smog.


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Great deal.. The 30 is degrees for timing..
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I'm interested, if Mark passes
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QUOTE(koozy @ Nov 14 2017, 05:59 PM) *

I'm interested, if Mark passes

Pretty sure Mark will take it but just in case? End of Dec I will let you know if it is still for sale. Marks home is close by and the parts are heavy.

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I'm confirming that I'll be purchasing these items when I return to CA in mid-December.

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