North American Turbocoupe Organization

Clutch Going In Tomorrow
Ok, I'm ready to put it in damn thing now.

I bought:

CF Dual Friction Kit $349
CF T.O. Bearing $38
Ford Clutch Fork $11
Ford Bearing Collar $93
Ford Dowell Pins (3) $8

Ok, now what else "might" I need? I think the pilot bearing I may need if it's wore, but I didn't buy that. And how many Dowell Pins will I need? THe Ford counterman told me 3. Though I may not need the bearing collar, I bought it because If I DO need it, I don't have to go all the way back to Ford and wait for it to come in. If I don't need it I'll take it back when I go back to work on Monday. Well, tomorrow I'll be occupied putting this fucker in.

Pat Fay Offline
hey, I'm putting my centerforce clutch in tomorrow too, goodluck with yours.

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1987 Turbo Coupe
Mod's -
~ K&N 6" Cone mounted in front of radiator, JVC Kameleon CD Player, Neon Shifter Knob, Neon Light in back, New Kenwood 3 1/2" and 5 1/4" speakers, New 6x9s, Blackout Lights in front, 2 1/2" chrome tips on exhaust, Gillis Valve set at 11 psi (its low because my clutch is slipping...once thats fixed goin to go to 18psi), Single gauge A-Pillar Pod w/ boost gauge...

Wags88TC Offline
Senior Member
Might as well do the rear main seal!!! and new ATF in the trans(just under 3 qts)I guess the hot ticket is Redline or another synthetic.
Steve Wagner
Nato member
84 SVO
88TC, 5 speed, StageII Star clutch w/ StageIII pressure plate,lightened flywheel, K&N in fender, gillis valve, 255lph Walbro, Kirban adj.FPR,Bypass valve, 3" exhaust (high flow cat/ Magnaflow muffler), A-pillar gauges(A/F & Boost), 16" ARE 5 spoke wheels 7" front 8" rear(225/50VR16 / 245/50VR16 Yokos'). Subframe connectors

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