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Post  TurboCarrera on Tue Apr 11, 2017 5:38 pm

Has anybody accurately measured the 944 pattern? Looking to make an adapter plate because the engine I want to use doesn't have any detachable bellhousings, but I'm struggling with an accurate way to measure the 944 pattern.

I already have a clutch flywheel, and know my adapter thickness, etc. The first plate I made was off by a tiny amount for crank to input shaft concentricity.

Any insight would be appreciated.


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Re: 944 BH Pattern

Post  sharkey on Tue Apr 11, 2017 9:04 pm

what engine are you using? when i did my ecotec swap i was able to find a bellhousing intended for a an ecotec mated to a t56, and i made a very simple adapter from t56 to the torque tube.


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Re: 944 BH Pattern

Post  TurboCarrera on Wed Apr 12, 2017 5:21 pm

The engine is a mazda 2.5 v6. Never meant for longitudinal mounting. I have that pattern is CAD already, and for my first adapter plate. For the 944 side, I put a 944 bellhousing on my mill and used a coaxial indicator to find the centre of all the holes. The bolt holes and dowel locations were good, but it turns out they didnt care too much about the clutch guide tube hole as it was ~1.5mm off crank centre line.


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