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Default 335i N54 manual transmission noise - 10-09-2019, 05:02 PM

Hey guys so I just completed my full build changed everything from turbos, intercooler literally every bolt on possible. I also upgraded to m factory single mass flywheel and spec stage 3+ clutch. Changed my master clutch slave , guido, Clutch Pilot Bearing, throw out bearing, Driveshaft Center Carrier, and transmission mounts. Didn't find out that I shouldn't of touched my clutch pilot bearing until it was to late. Was a huge pain in the ass to get off heating it up and using all different removal tools, and dremeling it off we finally got it off. Put the car back together and now I here a lot of noise coming from my transmission attached is a video. If anyone has any idea and could help me out it would be much appreciated. Thanks

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Hey guys so I just completed my full build changed everything from turbos, intercooler literally every bolt on possible. I also upgraded to m factory single mass flywheel and spec stage 3+ clutch. Changed my master clutch slave , guido, Clutch Pilot Bearing, Driveshaft Center Carrier, and transmission mounts. Didn't find out that I shouldn't of touched my clutch pilot bearing until it was to late. Was a huge pain in the ass to get off heating it up and using all different removal tools, and dremeling it off we finally got it off. Put the car back together and now I here a lot of noise coming from my transmission attached is a video. If anyone has any idea and could help me out it would be much appreciated. Thanks

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Noice from the "transmission" is usually amplified from the single mass flywheel. Could this be the case as well here?
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Noice from the "transmission" is usually amplified from the single mass flywheel. Could this be the case as well here?
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Yes I was definitely anticipating chatter but this is not chatter. Check our the video and youíll hear the horror lol
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Default 10-11-2019, 05:21 PM

You sure your bolt that hold the clutch to the fly wheel are tight?


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You sure your bolt that hold the clutch to the fly wheel are tight?
Yes torqued everything down to spec. Bolts also have Loctite on them so its doubtful they came lose. Clutch is smooth and engages fine. Just the noise Iím hoping itís a bad throw out bearing.
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