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    A6 2L TDI s- line, Engine:caha. Gearbox:Hck. 127000 miles.
    Genuine oil always used.

    Note: These issues happened with my previous clutch as well as my new clutch.

    The things I'm noticing are-
    A rattle when clutch is depressed.
    Car is always juddery when moving off.
    Slight vibration in gearstick.
    At Random times I cannot put it into 1st without pumping the clutch and wacking it into gear.
    Excessive Clutch smell when driving spirited ie overtaking on motorway (not racing).

    So this issue was on the old and new clutch.
    Could anyone suggest anything? Dodgy input shaft? Driveshafts? Etc
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    Was a new DMF fitted with the clutch and which make of clutch was fitted, LUK or Sachs and who did the work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    Was a new DMF fitted with the clutch and which make of clutch was fitted, LUK or Sachs and who did the work?
    The old set was Luk flywheel and Sachs clutch. The new one is all Sachs performance.
    The old set was fitted by McEwans Garage in Derby. The new set by Michael Key Garage in Nottingham.
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    Sachs Performance? The EXTEND type or SPORTING? Is it a solid flywheel conversion?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    Sachs Performance? The EXTEND type or SPORTING? Is it a solid flywheel conversion?
    It's not the Extend type.
    It's sold as Sachs performance, I think the difference is the reinforced clutch cover.

    Clutch cover (reinforced) 883082.001424
    Friction plate 881864.001707
    Dmf 2294002198
    Release bearing 043151271937
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    The cover and disc are what they used to call "Sporting" and the cover is interchangeable with VAG OE number 06C 141 117 whilst the disc is interchangeable with quite a few OE numbers so I need you to PM me your VIN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    The cover and disc are what they used to call "Sporting" and the cover is interchangeable with VAG OE number 06C 141 117 whilst the disc is intecghnable with quite a few OE numbers so I need you to PM me your VIN.
    Pm sent
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    I will leave that unread in my inbox as I am upto my balls in **** tomorrow
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    The clutch system parts for yours are
    Part OE Sachs LUK Sachs Performance
    DMF 03G 105 266 BH 2294 501 178 415 0244 10 None listed
    Friction disc 03G 141 031 P not shown not shown 881864 001748*1 or
    881864 001707*2
    Pressure plate 078 141 123 C not shown not shown 883082 001424
    Release bearing 01E 141 165 D 3151 271 937 500 1050 10 043151 271937
    Clutch kit 078 198 141 D 3000 951 872 (Xtend) 624 3342 00 NA
    Needle bearing 06B 105 313 D 1863 869 047 410 0139 10 1863 869 047
    Flywheel bolts x 6 N 906 650 01 411 0133 10 411 0133 10 411 0133 10
    Pressure plate bolts x 6 N 910 654 01 NA NA NA
    Guide sleeve 01X 141 180 NA NA NA
    Guide sleeve bolts x 3 N 903 663 01 NA NA NA
    Clutch lever 01X 141 719 B NA NA NA
    Ball pin (upgraded) 0B1 141 777 A NA NA NA
    Intermediate piece 012 141 751 C NA NA NA
    Retaining spring 012 141 741 NA NA NA
    Spline grease G 000 100 NA NA NA

    *1 rigid disc sintered lining
    *2 rigid disc with organic facings

    The Sachs Performance catalogue (page 141 https://aftermarket.zf.com/remotemedia/master-content/mc-sx/products-2/products-pc-lcv/performance/performance-pdf/sx-cat-ebook-performance-clutches-12338-v01-201606-in.pdf) does not list a special DMF for yours. In my trade look up list the Sachs flywheel 2294 002 198 is just a normal flywheel equivalent to the VAG 03G 105 266 AT but this was replaced by the 03G 105 266 BH in 2008 and that is a Sachs 2294 501 178 which became the 2294 002 198 listed above. Personally I feel the choice of the 881864 001707 disc hard to fathom, I wouldn’t fit that design even it the in full on 3L VR6 turbo I am building, way to nasty for street use.


    881864 001707

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    The clutch system parts for yours are
    Part OE Sachs LUK Sachs Performance
    DMF 03G 105 266 BH 2294 501 178 415 0244 10 None listed
    Friction disc 03G 141 031 P not shown not shown 881864 001748*1 or
    881864 001707*2
    Pressure plate 078 141 123 C not shown not shown 883082 001424
    Release bearing 01E 141 165 D 3151 271 937 500 1050 10 043151 271937
    Clutch kit 078 198 141 D 3000 951 872 (Xtend) 624 3342 00 NA
    Needle bearing 06B 105 313 D 1863 869 047 410 0139 10 1863 869 047
    Flywheel bolts x 6 N 906 650 01 411 0133 10 411 0133 10 411 0133 10
    Pressure plate bolts x 6 N 910 654 01 NA NA NA
    Guide sleeve 01X 141 180 NA NA NA
    Guide sleeve bolts x 3 N 903 663 01 NA NA NA
    Clutch lever 01X 141 719 B NA NA NA
    Ball pin (upgraded) 0B1 141 777 A NA NA NA
    Intermediate piece 012 141 751 C NA NA NA
    Retaining spring 012 141 741 NA NA NA
    Spline grease G 000 100 NA NA NA

    *1 rigid disc sintered lining
    *2 rigid disc with organic facings

    The Sachs Performance catalogue (page 141 https://aftermarket.zf.com/remotemedia/master-content/mc-sx/products-2/products-pc-lcv/performance/performance-pdf/sx-cat-ebook-performance-clutches-12338-v01-201606-in.pdf) does not list a special DMF for yours. In my trade look up list the Sachs flywheel 2294 002 198 is just a normal flywheel equivalent to the VAG 03G 105 266 AT but this was replaced by the 03G 105 266 BH in 2008 and that is a Sachs 2294 501 178 which became the 2294 002 198 listed above. Personally I feel the choice of the 881864 001707 disc hard to fathom, I wouldn’t fit that design even it the in full on 3L VR6 turbo I am building, way to nasty for street use.


    881864 001707

    Thanks, I appreciate the info.
    Regarding the friction plate, I chose that variant as it states it is good for taxi use! I don't find it particularly hard to use apart from the as mentioned issues. Are you saying the friction plate is contributing to the issues
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