Re: 10.5 bellhousing
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Re: 10.5 bellhousing



Chris, I want to chime in here since I believe people want to hear about what works as well as what doesn't. I put a 10.5" Centerforce Dual Friction clutch setup in my Satellite and it has been flawless. Pedal pressure is reasonable (hydraulic clutch) and it connects well enough to break one ring gear, twist 2 axles and break one. Zero chatter. I've gone through a lot of clutches over the years including solid disc Rams and I'm sold on this one.
 
Travis


From: Christopher Kroncke <g2c808@xxxxxxxxx>
To: The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse <1962to1965mopars@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, April 23, 2017 8:56 PM
Subject: Re: 10.5 bellhousing

I agree, I have a 11in Centerforce flywheel but it wont do me any good in a 10.5 bell housing. So I am still looking !   I probably will buy flywheel and clutch set up from Centerforce . Many thanks for all of your input. Any and all help is appreciated  , C

On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 2:47:10 PM UTC-10, Doug J wrote:
To MO's post. 
I remember racing against a 70 Chevelle  at Thunder Valley in the "old" days.  I was in a 69 Roadrunner 4 speed car.  The chevelle blew apart on the 2-3 shift.  We were not fast enough at the time to have a scatter shield required per rules, so doubt it was anywhere near 500 HP, but when we got back to the pits I went to look at the car, and part of the flywheel was sticking though the floor about 4 inches....  I spent the money for a scatter shield the next week.  A good flywheel is a good thing..... LOL

Doug
63 Sport Fury ragtop




On Sat, Apr 22, 2017 at 3:50 PM, MO <mic...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
ONLY 500 HP?  If it were me, I would buy a certified brand name new  flywheel made in the USA. One of their best.  A used one will have heat fractures that can't be seen when they are re- surfaced. I had a flywheel blow up , ripped holes in the floorboard, took out a chunk of frame( Chevelle)  I was lucky, no harm to me, but a few $100 more now,  may be better than serious injury later............MO

On Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 9:53:19 AM UTC-5, Christopher Kroncke wrote:
Many thanks for all your help. I was thinking about 440 source flywheel, just heard might be made in China and not up to par. I will only have around 500 HP so might not be an issue. And Doug if you would look for the Bell housing you said you might have Please LMK. Mahalo C

On Friday, April 21, 2017 at 6:13:09 AM UTC-10, Christopher Kroncke wrote:
Aloha my friends,

 I am in dire need of a 10.5 BB Bell housing and a 440 cast crank flywheel. Can anyone help ? Many thanks, C

 P.S. shipping to 96750
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