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930 3,3 -78 clutch spring

Hello. The absence this spring on my car so I can not see how the new to be installed. is there anyone of you have a picture of how it should sit?

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Does this help? Although it looks like you have a diagram for a 911SC or maybe a Carrera?

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Hello. my 930 gearbox does not look like. what year is your 930
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There is something very wrong. There's nothing like spring can be attached to

very strange, and according to the manuals on a 78 there must be a spring.

what do you think of?

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Mine is an 87 model.

I just realized your car is a 78, so that could be the difference. Perhaps they didn't have them back then?

What's making you think you need it?
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This locks like the part for spring mount:

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If I remember correctly, that thing's called "the helper spring" - I'm not sure it's entirely necessary for clutch operation (just makes it easier)... But don't quote me on that.
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my gearbox has No. 930 34 is there any of you who have your picture or see what's wrong?
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My 915 didn't have this spring either I just figured out where it should have attached and drilled and tapped a hole and put stud in there.
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That's the post for the Omega spring.


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This looks like the part for spring mount:

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My system does not look like, but looks like A930Rocket but I try to explain the lack of a peg to attach the spring, as I show in my pictures there is nothing to put the spring onto
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That part you have circled is for the omega spring to attach bolts to the side of the tranny
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jeos,

Dumb question, but is your car a 911 Turbo? Does it have a 4 speed or a 5 speed? Could it be someone installed a 915 transmission in it?

I'm not sure if 915 trans have a 915 or a 930 number in them.

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