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Originally Posted by porsche 930twin View Post
Hi I spoke with my transmission guy who recently rebuilt my G50 he can do machining but needs to know the measurments exactly ... has anyone done this and knows what to machine of and where...
Then the clutch flywheel kit ...does anyone have the parts numbers so there is no confusion...
In essence this is combination of 1976-77 Turbo and G50 parts.
We have entire packages available, 3 different pressure plate strengths available depending on your power level. All genuine Sachs / Sachs Race Engineering.
We also have KEP-based kits available, but be aware that while less expensive they do have a stiffer pedal and aren't exactly a perfect fit on the flywheel.

As far as shipping parts here, that's not such a big deal, is it? Machining X millimeters off the bell housing and shaft is only part of the job. You can DIY much of this, but you don't want to get this part wrong and have to do it multiple times.
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