Seeking the part numbers for a double disc clutch and hydraulic throw-out brg

Did you read my other post? I AM SOME WHAT FIMILIAR WITH DOUBLE DISC CLUTCHES ,We used them in our Nascar Modifieds,Im just looking to see if anyone has used a Tilton or Quarter Master double Disc Clutch in a Pantera with a Hydraulic TB and if they have the PN#s with a Flex Plate or a flywheel 157 tooth The Petal Assembly is a Wilwood The Trans Axel was Rebuilt at Hall to the tune of $5500.00 and has been Sitting in A crate wating to be re installed on to my Stroked 438 Dart Windsor Block Clevlor with C.H.I. 225 V3 Competition heads with Jessel shaft rockets and with inglese electronic 58mm webber injectors,This is a high dollar build with billet Callies Crank 4 inch stroke chevy rod journal and Cleveland mains with Callies Billet Rods 6.200,Diamond Pistons,Comp cams Mechanical Roller,Stefs 10 qrt RR pan and a Danny B timming belt and Cover and a Meizer electric Water pump,So all Im looking for is PN#s for a Double Disc Clutch posibly a Tilton or a Quater Master with a 157 tooth Fly wheel or Flex plate and a Hydaulic TB

If you have a couple particular vendors in mind why not call them and speak to their technical representatives? I have always found Tilton to be top notch on support for my multi plate carbon clutch (different application).

push1267 posted:

I don't think you can use a 157 tooth flywheel with the ZF bellhousing. You'll need a 164 tooth to align with the starter.

Also, I haven't looked into Tilton or Quartermaster clutches, but Mcleod has a twin disc set-up (incl. 164 tooth flywhell) that I've been considering for my Nascar D3 set-up.

McLeod Racing 653301-00-03

I took that into consideration,A stock small block ford with a standard 289,302 has a 164 tooth fly wheel,a HIPO and automatic have 157 in vintage racing and Stock car racing we want the engine to spin up with a smaller Fly wheel/flex plate ,with a Tilton or Quarter Master we generally use the at flex plate because the clutch has a button Flywheel that attaches to the Flex plate you have to use the 157 tooth starter for the application to make it ingage properly with the ring gear,What did you do about the TB? Does Mcleod have a hydraulic TB to go with that?,I believe i have the Mcleod set up less Hydraulic TB for my 94 5.0 cobra which is also a 157 tooth Flywheel, Thanks for the help,I just put it out there to see if anybody Tried The Tilton or Quarter Master and i was looking for PN#s if they did, of course there are others that make this kind of set up

Jimmy

shelbyracer posted:
push1267 posted:

I don't think you can use a 157 tooth flywheel with the ZF bellhousing. You'll need a 164 tooth to align with the starter.

Also, I haven't looked into Tilton or Quartermaster clutches, but Mcleod has a twin disc set-up (incl. 164 tooth flywhell) that I've been considering for my Nascar D3 set-up.

McLeod Racing 653301-00-03

I took that into consideration,A stock small block ford with a standard 289,302 has a 164 tooth fly wheel,a HIPO and automatic have 157 in vintage racing and Stock car racing we want the engine to spin up with a smaller Fly wheel/flex plate ,with a Tilton or Quarter Master we generally use the at flex plate because the clutch has a button Flywheel that attaches to the Flex plate you have to use the 157 tooth starter for the application to make it ingage properly with the ring gear,What did you do about the TB? Does Mcleod have a hydraulic TB to go with that?,I believe i have the Mcleod set up less Hydraulic TB for my 94 5.0 cobra which is also a 157 tooth Flywheel, Thanks for the help,I just put it out there to see if anybody Tried The Tilton or Quarter Master and i was looking for PN#s if they did, of course there are others that make this kind of set up

Jimmy

 

No one can give you part #'s without more information (eg. internally or externally balanced). Furthermore, are you going to rely on part #'s someone you don't know, gave you on an internet forum? Obviously not. If you're building a race car, Tilton, McLeod or Quartermaster are just three of many manufacturers. If you're building a street car, call McLeod or perhaps Ram. As has been previously suggested, for general info on dual disc clutches in a Pantera, I'd consider Dennis Q. to be the authority. By the way, you can put a 157 tooth flywheel in a Pantera by moving the starter motor's mounting holes or by purchasing a new Quick Time bellhousing that's made to use a 157 tooth flywheel.    

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