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Flywheel and Pressure Plate Torque Specs


996noob

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  • 7 years later...
On 5/10/2014 at 10:39 AM, Loren said:

Pressure plate -- 17 ftlb. (23 Nm)

Dual Mass Flywheel (per sequence) -- 65 ftlb. (85 Nm)

Single Mass Flywheel (per sequence) -- 67 ftlb. (90 Nm)

(click to enlarge)

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Thanks Loren!  I did a recent 997.1 GT3 RMS replacement using this value (DMF).  It is all back together and running fine. Then I happened to look at the factory manual for the same procedure and below is how that read.  Am I looking at an outdated workshop manual?  

 

Installing double-mass flywheel
Note
Before re-installation, clean the friction surface of the flywheel with a clean lint-free cloth that has been
soaked in solvent naphtha or acetone.
1. Position double-mass flywheel on the crankshaft's dowel pin and press on to the crankshaft flange. Insert
all fastening screws (8).
2. Align toothed segment 9538/1 and tighten fastening screw
again.
3. Screw in and tighten fastening screws in diagonally opposite sequence. Initial tightening: 19 ftlb. ;
Final tightening - torque angle: 120 °

4. Remove toothed segment.

996GT3Flywheel.png

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