I recently purchased a 2001 Audi TT Quattro 1.8t 225
My clutch is slipping in 6th.
I plan on having it chipped in the next month or two. Other then an intake down the road that will be it for power adders for now.
Im looking for a clutch and flywheel.
Im open to OEM or after market. I prefer to stay with a dual mass flywheel. A little lighter would be ok.
From reading some of the posts I searched for, I found that Sachs is the OEM manufacturer for the clutch and fly wheel. Anyone have part numbers or links to a reputable vendor?
I checked RockAuto but Im not sure which one I need exactly.
Any help would be appreciated. Im new to this world. Ive always been a Jeep guy.
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(Not my car or girl)
Sachs Power unit. Running 300awtq for over 30,000 miles on it with out any issues.
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Quality Valeo clutch and flywheel conversion kit for all Mk4 6-speed 02M 1.8t models that use a 240mm flywheel. A great quality, and inexpensive way to get rid of that dual-mass set up that these cars come with from the factory *Includes clutch slave / release, flywheel, clutch kit, and flywheel bolts. Some cars may develop some noise at idle with a single mass flywheel. Although this is not typical unless a lighter weight aluminum flywheel us used, it can happen with this kit and it will not hurt anything.
Fits the following vehicles:
-Mk4 GTI 337 / 20th AE, 1.8t 6-speed
-New Beetle Turbo S, 1.8t 6-speed
TT Quattro, 1.8t 6-speed
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LUK is also an OEM for your car. I don't believe you'll find a lighter dual mass flywheel than what OEM provides (IIRC it's around 22 - 23 pounds).
Look @ :
Which is good because it comes with the alignment tool and replacement slave cylinder/ throwout bearing.
If you want to keep the dual mass flywheel, and I HIGHLY recommend it unless you want your car to sound like a rock tumbler at idle... the Southbend Stage 2 clutch/pressure plate is 2x higher friction material with stock pedal feel, I couldn't find any others that can be used with the DMF and still offer a little better grip... would be fine for a tuned car but not a BT
Not recommending this seller but he has a great break down of the different SB clutches available on the MK1 Audi TT no one else seems to have. Should go with a Daily or Endurance Stage 2.
Last edited by toy4two2; 10-06-2012 at 10:46 PM.
Audi TT ownership is like having a pet. It needs attention and if it doesn't get it, it will S%*@ all over your life.