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964: Is DMF a problem if it's a Tip?

ghostb4

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As the question states. Is an auto Tiptronic 964 susceptible to the Freudenberg DMF issue?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7801
 
Completely different transmission to the manual isn't it? I don't know, but I wouldn't think so.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7804
 
so if a tiptronic 964 doesn't use the Fruedenberg DMF, then in actual fact it's perhaps more reliable then?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7811
 
It would seem so. One advantage of tiptronic :D
. But wait for someone who knows for certain to speak up.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7817
 
Noony is right. DMF is not an issue with Tiptronics. From what I gather they are bullet-proof. If you have no plans to track the car, a Tip can be a great option. Opinions are pretty polarised about them though, concerning the "driver involvement" thing.




Migration info. Legacy thread was 7821
 
could someone explain what a 'DMF' is for me please?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7829
 
Its a part of the 964 manual gearbox which was prone to failing...perhaps the flywheel? I'm not sure...

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7832
 
DMF = dual mass flywheel. for the earlier 964 case, it's a Freudenberg piece. later 964s are equipped with LUK versions.
Correct me if I'm wrong. I read somewhere (during my sleepless nights of researches), that LUK flywheels cannot be retrofitted on C4s. Only for C2s. Is that true?

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7833
 
No idea! I would recommend you go on rennlist and ask Adrian Streather, he's a world renowned expert on 964s. I believe there were other problems with the early 964s, so get a late model if possible.

Migration info. Legacy thread was 7834
 

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