XClutch Twin Disk - Group Buy Feeler

1FastT2

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Dec 22, 2016
27
@1FastT2 so the 4x7.5 wheels fit fine? I know it’s a minuscule difference between 5x120. I was going to order some 5x120 18x10 Welds but they’re 6.1” back spacing.
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Yes they fit good bolt pattern wise, the 15x10 is tight with the offset I'm using however the Z4 may be completely different.
 

Chasekilgore

New Member
May 30, 2019
5
South Carolina
@1FastT2 so the 4x7.5 wheels fit fine? I know it’s a minuscule difference between 5x120. I was going to order some 5x120 18x10 Welds but they’re 6.1” back spacing.
Yes they fit good bolt pattern wise, the 15x10 is tight with the offset I'm using however the Z4 may be completely different.
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Thought you had a Z4 sorry lol
 

MFactory

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Premium Vendor
Oct 25, 2016
206
New Product - Exclusive to MFactory

We are proud to announce our new XClutch 9" Single Disc Clutches (inc. SMFW) are now in stock and ready to ship for both 6-bolt and 8-bolt:

9" Single Disc Sprung Organic @ 450ft/lbs - MSRP $1295.00 + shipping
9" Single Disc Sprung Ceramic @ 680ft/lbs - MSRP $1395.00 + shipping

Unlike the old SPEC 2+/3+ kits which used oem covers (i.e stamped steel), these new Single Disc XClutch Kits use the same precision machined billet covers from the Twin Discs, and we have managed to work the pricing to be competitive with the old SPEC kits.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! :)
 
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veer90

Lieutenant
Nov 16, 2016
868
West Nyack, NY
I requested tracking number via email, when will this info be available?

So far I haven't gotten any of the usual UPS notifications "package on its way" etc when they have your email.
 

1FastT2

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Dec 22, 2016
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I requested tracking number via email, when will this info be available?

So far I haven't gotten any of the usual UPS notifications "package on its way" etc when they have your email.

I'm in the same boat as you....
 

MFactory

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Premium Vendor
Oct 25, 2016
206
I requested tracking number via email, when will this info be available?

So far I haven't gotten any of the usual UPS notifications "package on its way" etc when they have your email.
I'm still waiting for Steve @ XClutch to forward me the UPS Tracking numbers. Sorry for the delay :(
 

MFactory

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Premium Vendor
Oct 25, 2016
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M.Sgarlata 1Z5234210365912038
N. Fox 1Z5234210366461550
J.Bowlin 1Z5234210365709722
J. McMurphy 1Z5234210364405918
D. Barredo 1Z5234210364358658
B. Scheuring 1Z5234210366668695
J. Cerezo 1Z5234210365087010
W. Shafer 1Z5234210366504825
C. Creations 1Z5234210364595599
T. Saulsbury 1Z5234210364430060
K. Davis 1Z5234210365942603
T. Rediger 1Z5234210365209987
B. Simeone 1Z5234210365249087
B. Sloss 1Z5234210365864644

There are a couple more that I'm waiting on
 
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JimmyNeutron

Lurker
Feb 11, 2018
20
I requested tracking number via email, when will this info be available?

So far I haven't gotten any of the usual UPS notifications "package on its way" etc when they have your email.

A UPS MyChoice account is free to sign up for. If you haven't received a tracking number yet, go sign up for one. It has a calendar feature where you can view all your scheduled deliveries for the month, as well as request your package be held for pickup. Once you put your info in, it should automatically show any packages that are already in their system. My account says my clutch should be delivered tomorrow.
 

veer90

Lieutenant
Nov 16, 2016
868
West Nyack, NY
A UPS MyChoice account is free to sign up for. If you haven't received a tracking number yet, go sign up for one. It has a calendar feature where you can view all your scheduled deliveries for the month, as well as request your package be held for pickup. Once you put your info in, it should automatically show any packages that are already in their system. My account says my clutch should be delivered tomorrow.
That's really weird. ups mychoice shows nothing scheduled for my address. But my tracking number shows scheduled for delivery today. I'm so confused lol
 

veer90

Lieutenant
Nov 16, 2016
868
West Nyack, NY
I got my clutch today.

Can anyone clarify one thing on the instructions for me though, the TOB position.

I was under the impression that you could choose between low in the pedal vs high up for engagement point based on personal preference. However the instructions say it's critical to put in low position to ensure proper function. I'd like to have my clutch engage close to the floor, if possible. Thanks
 
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1FastT2

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Dec 22, 2016
27
I got my clutch today.

Can anyone clarify one thing on the instructions for me though, the TOB position.

I was under the impression that you could choose between low in the pedal vs high up for engagement point based on personal preference. However the instructions say it's critical to put in low position to ensure proper function. I'd like to have my clutch engage close to the floor, if possible. Thanks
Then that is the position you want.
 
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bsloss13

New Member
Dec 21, 2018
7
Got my ceramic clutch yesterday, it’s beautiful. However, I was talking to a friend about longevity of this clutch, and he thinks I made a mistake and should have gone organic. Apparently ceramics have a severely shorter life span than organic? I am on stock twins for now but plan on upgraded turbos in the future, I put 18k miles a year on my car (mostly highway). I don’t want to be in a position where I need to do a clutch again in 2 years. Do any of you guys have experience with ceramic vs organic in that regard? I wasn’t aware of this when I chose the ceramic, I’ve never had one before.
 

ShocknAwe

Lieutenant
Jan 24, 2018
614
SC
I got my clutch today.

Can anyone clarify one thing on the instructions for me though, the TOB position.

I was under the impression that you could choose between low in the pedal vs high up for engagement point based on personal preference. However the instructions say it's critical to put in low position to ensure proper function. I'd like to have my clutch engage close to the floor, if possible. Thanks
Wheres the stock engagement sit compared to the low vs high position on this clutch?
 

twinturbos

Specialist
Jan 1, 2019
88
I got my clutch today.

Can anyone clarify one thing on the instructions for me though, the TOB position.

I was under the impression that you could choose between low in the pedal vs high up for engagement point based on personal preference. However the instructions say it's critical to put in low position to ensure proper function. I'd like to have my clutch engage close to the floor, if possible. Thanks
Any word on how to do that ? Mine is way too high up and it's annoying. I'd rather have it as low as possible.
 

fredcase

Corporal
Jul 9, 2017
222
I got mine last week, and am planning to install in a few weeks. What else are you guys replacing while in there?

Rear main seal
Clutch slave and master cylinder
Driveshaft guibo?
Transmission mounts.

I already have cdv.
 

DCook

Corporal
May 25, 2018
158
I got mine last week, and am planning to install in a few weeks. What else are you guys replacing while in there?

Rear main seal
Clutch slave and master cylinder
Driveshaft guibo?
Transmission mounts.

I already have cdv.
Trans fluid, rtd/irp shifter & dssr, shifter joint, while you're there.
 

Frenchie1013

Lurker
Jun 26, 2017
20
I got mine last week, and am planning to install in a few weeks. What else are you guys replacing while in there?

Rear main seal
Clutch slave and master cylinder
Driveshaft guibo?
Transmission mounts.

I already have cdv.


I did all of those except the master. The slave broke on their first drive so might as well replace it if you’re up there in mileage
 
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