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I admire your patience, klefroid! If that'd happened to me, blood would be spilled.

When I installed my last 930 clutch, I used split lock washers underneath the clutch pressure plate mounting bolts that screw into the flywheel because I'd forgotten what was there when I took it apart. WRONG! The thickness of the split washer caused the bolt heads to contact the inside of the bellhousing as the crankshaft rotated. I believe that a wavy, or Belleville washer goes there instead (check PET or Pelican). I can't believe that I'm the only idiot that's done that. After you mate the trans to the engine, make sure that the crank spins freely. Just a friendly reminder.
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Scott - 1987 930: 3.45L Supertec engine w/GT3 crank, California Motor Sports upgraded 930 trans, modified suspension, Zuffenhaus 9's and 11's, black on black..."The Black (Financial) Hole"
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