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Clutch needed forIbiza Sportline 1.7 1992 K reg

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk1' started by tstalker95, May 17, 2008.

  1. tstalker95

    tstalker95 Guest

    Please can someone help me find a clutch for my Ibiza, its an LUK part but its an obsolete part and currently not made anymore, does nayone know where i can find one and how much it would be, I dont want to have to get rid of the car just because the clutch has gone!!
     
  2. Cupra Kid

    Cupra Kid Has a TDI!!

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    is it the system porsche engine?
     
  3. Fl@pper

    Fl@pper Back older greyer and less oilier but always hope
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    QH only list a clutch bearing on my applications

    ill check at work on monday see if anyone else lists one
     
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  4. tstalker95

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    Yeah its 1.7 System Porsche engine, i have managed to get most other parts ive needed for it but the clutch is proving very difficult
     
  5. B.Different

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    Dont buy a 1.5 clutch like i did coz the fly wheel pins are different! You could get a fly wheel from a scrapy and use that there is only a few mm in it hope this helps
     
  6. B.Different

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    I've got a number of a company that will reline your clutch for you. They specialise in custom and obsolete brakes and clutches. The number is 0114 2767971 and they are called Clutch brakes and Hydraulics. Hope this helps!
     
  7. Good luck with finding one, I had the starter motor burn out on my sportline years ago, and had the exact same problem with locating the parts. There was a company on the net think they were called Chaedel or something and they did performance clutches etc for the mk1's again however it seems like the 1.5 versions had alot more going for them than the 1.7 same with the insurance.... sure youve heard the line "Is it a diesel?"
     

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