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JFairman JFairman is offline
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I hope you figure it out soon.
Did the previous clutch that destroyed the clutch disc have the same problems, and was it a stock clutch? I guess the clutch cable can't be the problem if it's working smoothly and doing it's job.
This is a weird one.. it's as if your clutch disc is too thick.
I don't have any experience with 930 clutches because I've never removed the one that was in my car when I got it. I only know from the folder of receipts that came with the car the previous owner had the spring center sachs disc put in a few years before I got it.

I have a used KEP stage one pressure plate, used spring center disc with lots of material (the tan color sachs disc) on it still, and a good throw out bearing I bought some years ago and I don't know if I'll ever use them because the stock one works really well.
I think the heavy stock pressure plate is a good match for city driving with a 300-400hp CIS motor and the slow acting synchro units in the 930 gearbox
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