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Originally Posted by chrismorse View Post
I had my stock 914, (72) flywheel lightened to about 12 pounds and found an S pressureplate. I used this with a 3 puck sintered disc that was sprung but it was a bit grabby, so I went with a standard disc, (with the waverly springs between the friction surfaces. and it worked well, except for seizing some winters.

Also had 103 forged pistons, carillo 2.0 rods and a Berg stroked counterweighted crank, fed with 44 ida webbers and a Mazda front cooler, flares, s ft brakes, 914-6 rears and drilled,vented rotors.

Lightness sure makes for a lively engine :-)
chris

holly cow, that was 30 years ago!!!
I'am thinking that would have been a fun car with that motor,due to an amazing guy on theSamba I have secured a NOS german Saches pressure plate for a very fair price,very happy camper and thanks to all for the help,Pelicans great
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