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Old 15th May 2010, 00:12   #16
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Well that was from my experience and also from the experience of another team-bhp member, I think it was eddy.

Its a set which is mated, namely the clutch, pressure plate and the flywheel. Any uneven ness between the contact of the clutch and flywheel will cause a judder.

Its a risk and the clutch is only worth 1700 bucks, so might as well go for it and have a peace of mind. If it does start juddering, u ll have to open it again asap otherwise the clutch will wear according to the old flywheel and u ll need to for a new set of everything again.
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ok thanks,, i will ask the advisor if there is uneveness in flywheel, if there is even a slight i will change it.
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Guys car is back after the replacement and it feels more speedy again they have charged total of 10,560/- Rs including servicing and oil change. Flywheel has not been changed as they said it is not required.

Here are the pictures of old clutch plate:
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Old 26th May 2010, 13:34   #19
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You've got the break up of the charges ?
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Old 26th May 2010, 14:47   #20
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You've got the break up of the charges ?
Yes eddy the copy of the bill is attached,
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Old 26th May 2010, 15:24   #21
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Ok, so the clutch change per se cost you about 6k.

Other than that, its all consumables change. Couple of points:

1- Engine Oil change - 3.5 lit. Either they have overfilled the oil or overcharged you. I would be worried if its the former. Recommended quantity is 3.1 l and overfill can cause turbo trouble.

2- No air filter change ?

Btw: This seems to be your 70k service right ? Didn't you get all consumables changed at the 60k service itself ? If yes, the next change should have been at 80k.
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Clutch slave cylinder looks fine to me.

anyway! glad that your problem was solved.
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Ok, so the clutch change per se cost you about 6k.

Other than that, its all consumables change. Couple of points:

1- Engine Oil change - 3.5 lit. Either they have overfilled the oil or overcharged you. I would be worried if its the former. Recommended quantity is 3.1 l and overfill can cause turbo trouble.
2- No air filter change ?

Btw: This seems to be your 70k service right ? Didn't you get all consumables changed at the 60k service itself ? If yes, the next change should have been at 80k.
yes i had major service done at 60000 kms. i will ask them about oil and also tell them to check airfilters. thanks

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Clutch slave cylinder looks fine to me.

anyway! glad that your problem was solved.
thanks sirAlec. Do you think i can sell it off, and if yes where?

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1- Engine Oil change - 3.5 lit. Either they have overfilled the oil or overcharged you.
I've seen this and yes lets hope they did't overfill.
My zen needs 4 Ltrs of the stuff, would you believe ?
I asked the SA he sheepishly smiled.
MASS funny chaps at times.
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