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Author Subject: GTi 6 Clutch and Flywheel
Chris GTI6

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Times come to do my clutch and I’m thinking whilst I’m there I’ll put a lightweight flywheel in. Few questions, what brand Lightweight flywheel is the one to go for? Standard Valeo/LuK clutches good? Whilst I’m there is there anything else I should replace? Thanks for any help.
Posted 27th Mar 2019 at 09:15
gnrlee Forum Owner

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Post #2
Hi Chris,..

The flywheel to go for is one by TTV Designed by Rich W
On here,.. He has a thread going if you do a search
But here's ttv's site

Clutch wise get a Valeo one that's the OE one and can't go far wrong
Car parts4less, euro car parts, and GSF are always doing discount promo codes!

As for other things while your there
It wouldn't hurt to change the drive shaft seal and clutch folk bushes 😉

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Posted 27th Mar 2019 at 11:47
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Valeo part number 821087 Thumbs up

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Posted 27th Mar 2019 at 16:46
Chris GTI6

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quote:
[quote="gnrlee"]Hi Chris,..

The flywheel to go for is one by TTV Designed by Rich W
On here,.. He has a thread going if you do a search
But here's ttv's site

Clutch wise get a Valeo one that's the OE one and can't go far wrong
Car parts4less, euro car parts, and GSF are always doing discount promo codes!

As for other things while your there
It wouldn't hurt to change the drive shaft seal and clutch folk bushes 😉

I was on the phone to my local Peugeot dealer earlier and they said they don’t have the fork bushes anymore. Do you know where I can get these? Thanks for the link too
Posted 27th Mar 2019 at 23:25
Chris GTI6

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[quote="Nose"]Valeo part number 821087 Thumbs up


Thanks mate!
Posted 27th Mar 2019 at 23:26
miki4

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The fork bushes should be easily available. They are not NFP yet and are not only used in the 6 gearbox so should be still available for a while. Be sure to get the newer design of the bushes which are meant to seal better against dust from the clutch plate and wear less. I did not know this when I replaced the clutch last time and used the old style bushes. Now after about 30k miles it's creaking like a 100 years old bed when pressing the clutch pedal. Use the tagged parts in the following picture. These are the newer style parts (part numbers: 2175 54; 2175 55; 2175 56):

Posted 28th Mar 2019 at 12:43
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many dealer parts guys are lazy as feck, but also they really dont stock anything these days, you need to ask a different question, "will you order these in for me" rather than "do you have"

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Posted 28th Mar 2019 at 17:46
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The other point to add is that service box isn't updated in real time. I found this out to my detriment yesterday as one of the three different door card clips I'd ordered from Citroen for the Xsara has been discontinued and they don't have anymore. Even the parts guy didn't know this was the case until they didn't arrive.

Service box didn't say anything about NFP/NLA so whilst it may suggest the gearbox bushes are still available, they might not be.....

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Posted 28th Mar 2019 at 20:46
woody.

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For interest, I bought 4, 5, 6 and 7 all from pug in last 2 months, never mentioned anything about NFP and ordered them in in 2 days
Posted 31st Mar 2019 at 02:18
Chris GTI6

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Post #10
Thanks for the info guys, went a paid a visit rather than on the phone and they got them ordered in for me next day. Cheers
Posted 11th Apr 2019 at 09:49
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Post #11
Thumbs up make sure that clutch fork goes around the back of the clutch or you'd only have to take it all off and start again!

don't forget your new crushable washer for the gearbox plug too! Big grin

Have fun!

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Posted 11th Apr 2019 at 10:43
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Post #12
gnrlee wrote:
Have fun!


I don't think anyone has ever had 'fun' putting one of these gearboxes back on! Laugh

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Posted 11th Apr 2019 at 21:10
Chris GTI6

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Post #13
Lucky for me, my uncles a mechanic 😉
Posted 11th Apr 2019 at 22:43
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That's a cop-out LOL

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Posted 12th Apr 2019 at 10:07
Chris GTI6

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Post #15
Hey if the helps there it would be daft not to take it 😂
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