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Old 03-07-2023, 05:33 AM   #1
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Flywheel Bolt Torque

I just replaced the flywheel / clutch assembly on my 99 2.5. After reinstalling the trans I noticed my Bently has a different torque spec. The factory manual I was using shows torque to 25nm + 90*. The Bently shows 120*. Do I need to yank the trans back out and turn the bolts another 30* or is the first spec ok?

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I just replaced the flywheel / clutch assembly on my 99 2.5. After reinstalling the trans I noticed my Bently has a different torque spec. The factory manual I was using shows torque to 25nm + 90*. The Bently shows 120*. Do I need to yank the trans back out and turn the bolts another 30* or is the first spec ok?
The second spic (120 degrees) is correct, Porsche updated it years ago.
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The second spic (120 degrees) is correct, Porsche updated it years ago.
thanks for the reply ... trans is back out.

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