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Old 28-11-13, 05:52 PM   #1
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I've got a definite 'wobble' kind of noise that goes away when I press the clutch.
Happy to let it develop for now, but need to prepare for the inevitable sooner than I thought

What's the wisdom on solid flywheel conversions? Trickier gear changes I can handle.

Do the 2.0 and 2.2 use the same clutch and flywheel (i.e., will a solid flywheel for a 2.0 fit on a 2.2 -- they have the same gearbox after all)? Or will I need parts specifically for a 2.2?
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i would stick with the DMF, people have complained about vibrations on solid conversions
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What's the price differences ??
I would/did stick with the DMF as in my opinion Peugeot know more than me
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what's £60 different, the 2.0 is what £60 cheaper than the 2.2's
or is there £60 difference between solid conversion and Proper DMF
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Going to watch this thread for developments. Haven't noticed anything on mine yet (touch wood) but... rwb, isn't even when the gear is in neutral, an input shaft inside the gearbox is rotating, without turning any cogs.

I'll check this on mine tomorrow and see if it does them...
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We have been told no solid flywheel is available for the later engines as in RHR RHK versions

The 2.2 is just a 2 litre with longer stroke I believe so flywheel/clutch is likely to be the same
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IIRC I'm 6 months older and 25k ahead of you.
BTW: the dealer had to do the heater flaps so I've dodged that one for now.

Yeah, in neutral. It's sort of an irregular knock but does change with engine speed. It goes away when I press the clutch.

Worst when it's just started, and I wonder if the instability is causing it to be a bit lazy starting -- 5 cranks.
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All flywheels from XU engines will fit, so you have a lot of flywheels that fit.

But the question is if you can find a clutch to match. Anyway as mentioned I think I would have preferred the vibration-free ride the (at least idle) the dual mass one offers.
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Hmmm, don't see how a wobble would cause lazy starting. Mine starts within two cranks usually. Could be something else there... injectors, air in system?

Lucky on the heater flaps.......
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