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Old February 27th, 2017, 12:04 AM   #81
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Installing the NTH Moto triple carbon clutch was pretty straight forward, The clutch pedal feel is like factory! Hard to believe it is a triple clutch, amazing product and service was top notch.


You can get a Gen4 yoke or get a Gen4 drive shaft like i did for the TR6060 install here is the difference, Gen4's is thicker walled.
Gen4 on top and Gen3 on bottom.
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Old February 27th, 2017, 12:10 AM   #82
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Installing the TR6060, So since it has a thicker case at the front than the T56, You will need a slave cylinder spacer made by RAM part #598 from summit racing, It will give you a great base to start your measurements. The bell housings are the same from a 05 gen3 to 08 gen4. Pilot bearings are the same as well. For fluid I used Royal Purple Synchromax. Installed the factory wiring harness was all plug and play from T56 to TR6060, Installed the 6060 with the woodhouse trans mount, The trans crossmember needed to be modified where the trans mount bolt drops through.

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Looks great, should have cleaned the rust off the joints first though.
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Hahaha i did on the faces where the clamps go and the yoke on the shaft lol. Pic of both shafts is before i cleaned it, Hard to tell in last pic though can see yoke,

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Update on the TR6060 and Nth clutch, The 6060 shifts so smooth compared to the t56! Its so much more enjoyable to drive on the street shifts like butter, On the race side lightning quick shifts compared to the t56, No more trying to shift and feel like it hits a wall then goes into gear. The Nth moto clutch is hard to believe its a triple disc 1500HP clutch the pedal feel is the same as a stock luk clutch, Zero chatter, zero noise, I had to really think about it and put a few hundred miles on to give any feedback on it because you just can't tell its been replaced over stock. Very happy with the 6060 and Nth clutch, has greatly improved the driving experience.
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