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Old 08-09-2012, 10:13 PM   #1
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95 gt makes noise dont know if its TOB

95 gt 5 speed aftermarket center force clutch. Has not made noise before clutch probably needs adjusting,makes a whistling noise when all the way up but slightest pressure on the clutch mutes it. When in neutral, shifting at low rpms or letting off around 2000rpm clutch makes a tick, however when in neutral and it rolls shifter ticks? Any ideas? Clutch is relatively new. Everything was replaced when the last one went besides gears. I will do gear oil tomorrow. I am thinking I'm driving it like a baby and the aftermarket clutch needs more rpm. If this helps I forget what type of center force this is but it is equivalent to a king cobra
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I also have a center force clutch and it seems a bit noisy.
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Same here, I think it has to do with the heavy duty throwout bearing
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:24 PM   #4
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Good to know theirs a beefy TOB in their. Apparently the sn95s clutch automatically adjust if the cars not on you pull up on the clutch and depress slowly until it clicks I've had no luck with it so I know what I'm doing tomorrow
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Re: 95 gt makes noise dont know if its TOB

Sounds like your TOB is riding on the pressure plate fingers a bit. There is a fix for that listed in the Useful Info thread.
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Re: 95 gt makes noise dont know if its TOB

sounds like a TOB, if you used the crappy ones that come with the clutch its probably the cause. Even stock ones suck, I went through 4 in my old 01.... go with a heavy duty TOB from Ford and replace it you can life with it a bit perhaps.

You can also adjust your clutch to take a tiny bit of slack up and it will possibly stop it. Just make sure you have a half inch of travel before the clutch slips (rpms raise when driving holding gas constant and easing in clutch)
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You have to buy a heavy duty throw out bearing when you get a Centerforce clutch. Their kit doesn't come with a throwout bearing
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