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1971 PORSCHE 911 S

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Vehicle: '1971 PORSCHE 911 S'

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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Pressure Plate, Bolt, 1970-1986 Part # P907073
Never Reuse Stretch Bolts 9 Required Per Car   Replace Clutch Pressure Plate bolts every time you pull the flywheel.   Learn More
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Porsche® 911/914 Transmission, Clutch, Flywheel, Bolt, 1968-1977 Part # P906428
Never Reuse Stretch Bolts 6 Required Per Car   These should be replaced every time that the flywheel is replaced, since they are under a tremendous amount of pressure for most of their lives. Be careful when removing the old ones. If they strip, then you might have to grind them off, possibly destroying your flywheel, and possibly melting your flywheel seal in one big expensive operation. Learn More
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Porsche® 911/914-6 Transmission, Clutch, Flywheel, Pilot Bearing, 1965-1979 Part # P906210
This bearing acts as a guide for the drive shaft of the transmission.  On the early cars, the flywheel pilot bearing needs to be carefullu pressed into the flywheel.  Beginning in 1980 Porsche® installed a new type of pilot bearing that included a thick metal housing around the outside.  This pilot bearing is mounted directly to the crankshaft.  Every complete clutch job should include a replacement of this flywheel bearing.  Pilot bearing failure can lead to significant damage to the transmission input shaft. Learn More
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AASCO Light Weight Steel Flywheel for Porsche 225mm, 6 Bolt 7.4lbs Part # P106403
100% Designed and Manufactured in the U.S.A Direct OEM Replacement so Stock and Aftermarket clutches bolt right on for easy installati Highest tolerance manufacturing to insure complete quality control and a perfect hassle fr Optimized for normal street use for every day performance enthusiasts CAD designed/ CNC machined in house for the ultimate in quality control Light-weight for improved performance and drastically reduced M.O.I One year limited warranty on production components The Porsche carriage is an ideal candidate for a light-weight flywheel performance upgrade. The engine placement and power to weight ratio allows for increased throttle response from the engine and directly down to the wheels. Aasco has over 30 years experience in Porsche Performance in racing and manufacturing. Upgrading to a lightweight steel flywheel from Aasco Motorsports will quicken your throttle response and increase the performance of your Porsche! AAsco flywheels feature CAD-designed/CNC-machined. Use them with a stock OEM clutch disk for normal street driving or upgrade to a more aggressive kit for the track. Aasco flywheels have been tested to withstand normal everyday use and does not require your ECU to be reprogrammed NOTE: Aasco Motorsports stands behind all of our products and will always offer free inspection and technical assistance to get you and your car running in perfect order. Learn More
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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Flywheel, Ring Gear, 1970-1986 Part # P916287
 OE Supplier   A defective or misaligned starter can eventually lead to your starter ring gear getting chewed up. If you drop your engine, and find that your ring gear is in less than perfect condition, then you should replace it with a new one. Replace that questionable ring gear and kiss your starter noise problems good bye! Learn More
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Porsche® 911 Transmission, Clutch, Flywheel, 1970-1977 Part # P906225
225mm   The flywheel has essentially three functions in your engine. First, it is used to balance the rotating mass of the crankshaft and pistons. Second to provide the starter with a gear to rotate the engine when you are starting the car. Third, it is used to provide the clutch disc with a surface to catch to, thereby transferring power from the engine, through the clutch assembly then out to the transmission. Over time, flywheels can come out of round, due to wear and age. If you need a new flywheel, we here at Automotion® can provide you with a new unit. Also, whenever you remove the flywheel, always replace the flywheel bolts for extra insurance. Learn More
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