PMC Motorsport - 240MM SINTERED CLUTCH DISC 23X29-10N BMW E36 M3 (2140-28x35-102N)

PMC Motorsport - 240MM SINTERED CLUTCH DISC 23X29-10N BMW E36 M3 (2140-28x35-102N)

Vendor: PMC Motorsport

Available: In stock

SKU: PMC Motorsport-2140-28x35-102N

$159.00

BMW E36 M3 Features Gearbox List BMW S6S 420G TBAB | ZF 320 Tuning OEM Replacement 21 21 2 226 958 | 21 21 2 227 010 Matching Clutch Sachs Performance 88 308...
 
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BMW E36 M3
Features
  • Gearbox List BMW S6S 420G TBAB | ZF 320
  • Tuning OEM Replacement 21 21 2 226 958 | 21 21 2 227 010
  • Matching Clutch Sachs Performance 88 308 200 1243
  • Material Chrome-moly and MIBA sintered ceramic
  • Max torque 00Nm (test with Sachs Performance)
  • Size 240mm
  • ISO Certyfikate
  • Made in EU
  • Part ID 240-23x29-10N

PMC Motorsport Sintered Disc 5-pad rigid race disc is made with high-quality MIBA sintered ceramic friction materials. The chrome-moly hub is heat-treated for strength and durability. Holds approximately more than 25% torque than standard organic materials.

  • Spline: 23x29-10N
  • Spline Count: 10
  • Disc Diameter: 240mm 

Tuning Replacement of:

BMW OEM:

  • 21 21 2 226 958
  • 21 21 2 227 010

Fit to Sachs Pressure Plate:

  • Performance 88 308 200 1243

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            Customer Reviews

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            Solid clutch! 1 minor improvement from MFR, would be helpful

            Sticker or diagram to show which side faces flywheel...

            This almost sounds silly... but it's not as obvious as it seems, especially after installing a bunch of Nissan clutches. I ended up putting it on the wrong way the first time, luckily it wouldn't allow the trans to sit flush because the input shaft bracket would hit the "nose" on the clutch disc, otherwise I'm sure it would have welded itself to the input shaft sleeve.

            I've seen many manufacturers have small little sticker that says "Flywheel side," could save people some trouble. Just a suggestion!

            Other than that.. Clutch works perfectly!!

            Customer Reviews

            Based on 1 review
            100%
            (1)
            0%
            (0)
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            (0)
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            N
            N.
            Solid clutch! 1 minor improvement from MFR, would be helpful

            Sticker or diagram to show which side faces flywheel...

            This almost sounds silly... but it's not as obvious as it seems, especially after installing a bunch of Nissan clutches. I ended up putting it on the wrong way the first time, luckily it wouldn't allow the trans to sit flush because the input shaft bracket would hit the "nose" on the clutch disc, otherwise I'm sure it would have welded itself to the input shaft sleeve.

            I've seen many manufacturers have small little sticker that says "Flywheel side," could save people some trouble. Just a suggestion!

            Other than that.. Clutch works perfectly!!

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