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JFairman JFairman is offline
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All the clutches I've done on BMW's are the more common type where the throw out bearing pushes on the clutch spring and they are very easy to assemble.. They hold big horsepower work smoothly and they work fine.
Why did Porsche do it this more difficult to assemble way with the throwout bearing pulling on the clutch spring to disengage it?
Do they just like to over engineer things to make them more difficult?
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