Adding a sprung hub gives you two degress of torsional freedom, with two different spring rates.Noisy Clutch Pedal - Easy Fix
There are several bearings here as well, including the throw out bearing and pilot bearing. This is the main thing that has kept me from trying a Tilton clutch this and the price -- fear that it'll be somewhat as bad as the TRD in terms of noise, though I've never heard a Tilton equipped car that was anywhere near as loud as mine was on the TRD.
Now i think i'll wait.
Originally Posted by jbeurotech Sometimes the Cheapest quote is the most expensive in the end. Find More Posts by Imam3man.
SpoolnV8 10-08-2005, 09: It shifts perfectly fine although a bit rough before it comes to temperature but I've read absolutely everywhere that it was part of the Supra deal... The noise at idle is from the input shaft rattling against its splined mate on the FD. In most cases, when the clutch is showing signs of wearing out; one or several of the above components will have broken or will be worn out prematurely.
The sprung disc isn't damping anything so you get that awful chatter.
Sep 2015 Location: When replacing the clutch, it's also very common to have the flywheel resurfaced. If the clutch disc is worn out, it will create more friction than it should. Whether they fully eliminate the power pulses and the corresponding gear rattle or not is the question at hand they don't. Register Now. Not sure what is going on. When the part starts to fail, some of the common symptoms will include:.
One other issue that results in very rapid transmission damage similar to overly aggressive clutch friction material is the choice of the clutch disc itself. Mar 2016 Location: As the clutch pedal is released, the drive and pressure plates slowly "slip" to apply power to the transmission gear and eventually to the drive axles. Rattle or not, the LTFW mod is worth it to me just for the way the car responds to the mod.
In most circumstances, when you notice noise coming from the vehicle as you release or depress the clutch pedal, it's a sign of damage to one of the multiple internal components that make up the clutch pack and clutch system. Same problem for me.
Other than noise i doubt it will cause any harm or damage. We dont know what it is either but have come to accept it as 'normal' on our getrash transmissions crazysupratt 11-17-2005, 12: It would only do it approximately 2-3 times out of every ten times I come to a stop light.
When the shaft speeds equalize, the ring will move in a circular motion enough for the sliding sleeve to completely engage the speed gear and complete the shift.