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WTB: 3.0 TURBO pressure plate

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I am putting a 1987 3.3L on a 1977 930 tranny and need the shallower pressure plate. They seem to only be available for 1976 and 1977 model 930's. Good working condition will be appreciated. I don't necessarily need the disk or flywheel, but will entertain any suggestions.

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Drew
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I have a pressure plate in the garage somewhere that might be what you need. I bought it as a spare but when I got it I found it was smaller than mine. I kept it for some reason. I'm not sure if the one I have is what you need, heck I not even sure it's a turbo PP but I was told it was. I can dig it out and maybe someone can verify it.
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If you end up needing an 87 year type PP, let me know. I have one with about 10k miles on it.
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Here is what I have.










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Mark,
I'm not 100% but I think that is a 225mm 3.0SC or 3.2 flywheel and clutch. I think the turbo pressure plate is 240mm.
Thanks for the effort!!!!!!!!!!
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A930rocket,
I have a 1988 that won't fit.
Thanks for the offer!

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Mark,
I'm not 100% but I think that is a 225mm 3.0SC or 3.2 flywheel and clutch. I think the turbo pressure plate is 240mm.
Thanks for the effort!!!!!!!!!!
Drew
I wasn't sure it was a turbo plate but I was hoping someone would clarify. Sorry I couldn't help. I know it's smaller than my 3.3 plate.
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Still looking....Nothing out there? Sachs says it will take 10-14 days to make one plus shipping time. Getting anxious. Sun is shining.
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