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    Quote Originally Posted by NOTORIOUS VR View Post
    RCS200 twin organic is rated for 1122 Nm and is under $1300 euro... that seems very reasonable to me.
    Yup thats a very good one... until you launch it. Organic can't stand that heat. :D

    Anyway that would also require a new flywheel. I will see if i can fix the fz850 up and if that fails i will have to go with a rcs 200 twin 4 puck sinter one.

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    Veteran Member Three Rings okkim's Avatar
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    The RCS200 torque values are without safety limits. I have talked with Sachs Motorsport engineer, and he said me this:

    "Static torque capacity of organic clutch will be only 1122Nm. So, for street
    use + track days and the given vehicle weight, we should include a safety margin of min. 1,5. With it, the torque will decrease to 748 Nm.

    I have this:
    https://www.sachsperformance.com/de/...00-n-s2-6-s-49

    And with safety limits it will hold 1100 Nm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okkim View Post
    The RCS200 torque values are without safety limits. I have talked with Sachs Motorsport engineer, and he said me this:

    "Static torque capacity of organic clutch will be only 1122Nm. So, for street
    use + track days and the given vehicle weight, we should include a safety margin of min. 1,5. With it, the torque will decrease to 748 Nm.

    I have this:
    https://www.sachsperformance.com/de/...00-n-s2-6-s-49

    And with safety limits it will hold 1100 Nm.
    Exactly! People tend to forget that we are driving 1.8 metric tonn cars with AWD. On fwd and 1.2t would be a completely different story.

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    Just read this thread, Great build Excited to see some videos and maybe a dyno sheet!


    Quote Originally Posted by okkim View Post
    The RCS200 torque values are without safety limits. I have talked with Sachs Motorsport engineer, and he said me this:

    "Static torque capacity of organic clutch will be only 1122Nm. So, for street
    use + track days and the given vehicle weight, we should include a safety margin of min. 1,5. With it, the torque will decrease to 748 Nm.

    I have this:
    https://www.sachsperformance.com/de/...00-n-s2-6-s-49

    And with safety limits it will hold 1100 Nm.
    Without getting too far off track from this build thread, How many miles, what FW, Estimated HP are you at? Have you launched it? Hows the engagement(does it catch down low or up top)/feel of the pedal?
    For sale: I have random engine parts PM me
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    Veteran Member Three Rings okkim's Avatar
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    I have this set:
    http://web64.www55.hostkraft.de/gamb...ngrad-01e.html

    It is still on the shelf, so I can't answer to those questions. Sachs engineer told me that the engangement is pretty much digital.

    I have photos of the parts here: https://goo.gl/photos/fCj6ivZAuBFY5Uw38 (down below).

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