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Old 2nd August 2013, 12:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OS Giken Twin Plate assembly guide/pics

Anyone got a guide/set of pics to putting an OS Giken twin plate back together. Regards front cover torque settings (found differences from 30-40 flbs) and plate direction? I beleive staggered would be correct but I'm also talking without the clutch in front of me so may be talking crap (not a first time).

Anyone got any helpful info having already google'd and site searched with minimal info.

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Old 3rd August 2013, 11:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 5th August 2013, 04:48 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Found it... 30flbs for fly and remembering the plates are staggered
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Cheers mate wanted to know this myself
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i thought it was 1st piece flywheel then 1st clutch disc, with the protruding spring side facing the flywheel then the 1st of the 2 clutch plates then the 2nd clutch disc with the prodtruding spring side facing the pressure plate (opposite to the first), then 2nd clutch plate in the same slots as the first, (as the cut outs are for balance. as far as i'm aware it will not work properly if the plates are staggered.) finally the pressure plate. Thats how it is supposed to be.
i will however stand corrected.

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These should help -

http://www.osgiken.net/upload/d31.pdf

http://www.osgiken.net/upload/d42.pdf
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Cheers for the links yea staggered plates as above. I knew the order of plate etc
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Are you 100% sure the plates are staggered. As I have been running mine for a while with them in the same slots. And no issues?

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No not 100% but having just had a mate remove his box with the same twin plate, he confirmed his were staggered and he said he hadn't had noticeable issues.
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No not 100% but having just had a mate remove his box with the same twin plate, he confirmed his were staggered and he said he hadn't had noticeable issues.
haha fair enough, I was 99.9% sure that they weren't meant to be staggered bit
If it hasn't made a difference who cares
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Mine aren't staggered
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staggered or not, I've installed them both ways before without issues whatsoever
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Has anyone got any noise issue?
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