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    Yes, I’ve done all thatZ the problem is the clutch adjuster screw is way too long, and won’t allow the pressure plate to go on. I assume either the adjuster screw is too long, or the clutch shaft is, but it was said before the shaft looked correct. I’m going to call them again on Monday since I now have a better understanding from this thread, hopefully they can help figure out what’s wrong.
    Quote Originally Posted by TriNortchopz View Post
    Are these the instructions for what ya got?:
    http://techcycle.com/wp-content/uplo...ctions0508.pdf

    "The pressure plate must be aligned with the
    inner clutch hub to work correctly.

    Locate the small dot on each part — the
    dots should lie on top of one another when
    installed.

    With the dots aligned, place the pressure
    plate into the clutch basket. "

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShovelheadB View Post
    You told me to reassemble the everything and see how much room I have with the clutch adjuster secure out, which I did and that when I said itís an 1Ē away. What Iím saying is I canít assemble it fully meaning with the adjuster in because it hits.

    That makes no sense........ Can you assemble it with the screw out??? You said you can and the rod was an inch away from the cover............... If you can do it...........

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    You sure you didn't leave a few clutch plates out of the pack .. ??



    Sure looks like there room for more....

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    What I said or was attempting to explain was I installed everything with the screw removed from the pressure plate. I then inserted a small Allen wrench rehiring ghe hole in the pressure plate, where the adjuster screw would be, marked the Allen key when it hit the clutch rod, pulled the Allen key out and measured it from the end of the wrench to my mark, which was 1”.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    That makes no sense........ Can you assemble it with the screw out??? You said you can and the rod was an inch away from the cover............... If you can do it...........

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    No, thatís all of them. Every single one that came out, and back in exactly how they came out.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    You sure you didn't leave a few clutch plates out of the pack .. ??



    Sure looks like there room for more....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    You sure you didn't leave a few clutch plates out of the pack .. ??



    Sure looks like there room for more....
    That pressure plate has a steel fastened to it, and there has to be enough spline to accommodate it. Looks good to me.

    Hey, OP, quit fuckin' around and whack that adjusting screw off or get another one. That evo screw ain't the right one!

    Jim

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    Yeah, I’m gonna call them in the morning and then have them ship me a different one or buy a new screw
    Quote Originally Posted by JBinNC View Post
    That pressure plate has a steel fastened to it, and there has to be enough spline to accommodate it. Looks good to me.

    Hey, OP, quit fuckin' around and whack that adjusting screw off or get another one. That evo screw ain't the right one!

    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    You sure you didn't leave a few clutch plates out of the pack .. ??



    Sure looks like there room for more....
    That's why I asked 2 times how many he has...... That's something else that would be covered in a Manual.........

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    Best of luck with your build...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tattooo View Post
    That's why I asked 2 times how many he has...... That's something else that would be covered in a Manual.........
    The clutch hub teeth to pressure plate keys in together as in the same design of the old Dominator clutch Phase III made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragstews View Post
    The clutch hub teeth to pressure plate keys in together as in the same design of the old Dominator clutch Phase III made.
    Got ya.... But was he sent the correct amount?? Me I don't know?????

    Personally I think he's fine because the push rod isn't touching the plate..... But WTF do I know that's why I'm done..........

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    Op did your new clutch come with instructions?
    I'm sure it stated to collapse the clutch cable and clock the clucth arm all the way back.
    Sometimes with frankenbuilds the arm will need tweaking to sit all the way back.
    Pull the trans fill plug and look inside. You can see the throw out bearing, and if it's fully seated or not.

    Did ya pre soak those clutch plates? And with what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShovelheadB View Post
    What I said or was attempting to explain was I installed everything with the screw removed from the pressure plate. I then inserted a small Allen wrench rehiring ghe hole in the pressure plate, where the adjuster screw would be, marked the Allen key when it hit the clutch rod, pulled the Allen key out and measured it from the end of the wrench to my mark, which was 1”.
    This right here explains that there is no problem. Put the adjuster screw in as the last step and adjust it. It’s going to show some threads outboard of the pressure plate a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heyyodho View Post
    This right here explains that there is no problem. Put the adjuster screw in as the last step and adjust it. It’s going to show some threads outboard of the pressure plate a little bit.
    Yep you are correct..... But he can't get past tying to find a problem where there isn't any problems....

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    looks like the adjuster screw is the problem. Looks like it needs more threads.
    I run the same clutch on my pan & the adjustment screw on mine protrudes
    from the outside of the pressure plate a good 3/4" to 7/8". On yours
    there appears to not be enough threads on the screw to move it outward, like
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    By the way, Make sure that you line up the punch mark on the inner side
    of the pressure plate with the mark on the clutch basket. tech cycle
    points this out in their directions (on their web site) This has nothing to
    do with the adjuster problem you have but I thought I would point it out.
    Also they made a change recently by adding 1 extra fiber plate & 1 extra
    steel plate to their clutch packs, I think the newer pack is 9 of each. & the old
    sets were 8 of each. they were able to do this by making the steel plates THINNER
    in order to fit the extra plates into the basket. You may want to count the plates
    & also thickness of every plate to make sure you dont have any mismatched plates,
    & also the correct quantity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revelator View Post
    Also they made a change recently by adding 1 extra fiber plate & 1 extra
    steel plate to their clutch packs, I think the newer pack is 9 of each. & the old
    sets were 8 of each. they were able to do this by making the steel plates THINNER
    in order to fit the extra plates into the basket. You may want to count the plates
    & also thickness of every plate to make sure you dont have any mismatched plates,
    & also the correct quantity.
    I've asked that several times with no response..... I would like to know that also......

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