I’ll show you how to replace the clutch, flywheel, and pressure plate on an aircooled Porsche 911. I’m upgrading to a lightweight aluminum pressure plate with a Power Clutch kit from Sachs (3000 961 101). This kit will remove about 4lbs of rotational mass from your engine/clutch assembly, and not only is the pressure plate lighter, but even the clutch disc itself is lighter. I weigh the components before installing, and walk you through the steps necessary to swap them out on your car. If you have any questions, please ask!
Link for the cheapest place for this clutch kit that I have found (deal alert, probably won’t last long):
Join me as I stumble along rebuilding the drivetrain of my 77 Porsche 911S. To be honest, I have no idea what I’m doing. I’ve never owned an aircooled car before this one, there’s a huge learning curve, and I’ve been avoiding this since I bought the car years ago. I can’t afford to pay 911 prices on things, so I’ll be doing as much of the work myself as possible.
Thanks for watching and please share any thoughts or comments you have!
Resources I found Helpful:
The BEST Engine Rebuilding Book for 911s
The BEST 911 Projects Book for 911s
The BEST source for information on 911 technical questions:
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