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    update on pg 2 post 30 onwards

    i own 2007 cultus non efi
    when i bought it it did not use to perform well while climbing,, i was afraid that engine is bad,, but now when i accelerate the car,, rpm goes on increasing but speed remains constant so it is confirm that clutch plate is week
    now coming on to query:

    is it advisable to repair the clutch plate??

    if no, then which brand should i go for?? plz share cost too

    1 mech suggested me that desi one is for 1300rs and it works fine

    other suggested me korean made for Rs 3600 along pressure plate

    ur advise needed

    every man sleeps 1/3 part of a day,, if he makes ABLUTION before sleeping, 1/3rd of his life will be counted as virtue

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    Go for japenese one will cost 4500 for set

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    Quote Originally Posted by shereabdullah View Post
    ASSLAMOALAIKUM

    i own 2007 cultus non efi
    when i bought it it did not use to perform well while climbing,, i was afraid that engine is bad,, but now when i accelerate the car,, rpm goes on increasing but speed remains constant so it is confirm that clutch plate is week
    now coming on to query:

    is it advisable to repair the clutch plate??

    if no, then which brand should i go for?? plz share cost too

    1 mech suggested me that desi one is for 1300rs and it works fine

    other suggested me korean made for Rs 3600 along pressure plate

    ur advise needed
    @Xulfiqar @capsat n other respected experts

    clutch plate and pressure plate are sensitive parts never use desi parts i suggest you to use OEM genuine clutch and pressure plate and get it done by some good mechanic or take it to dealership.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asad1 View Post
    Go for japenese one will cost 4500 for set

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    with or without bearing???
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    Quote Originally Posted by gujar96 View Post
    clutch plate and pressure plate are sensitive parts never use desi parts i suggest you to use OEM genuine clutch and pressure plate and get it done by some good mechanic or take it to dealership.
    OEM cost too much,, just imagine suzuki dealership is selling side mirror for 2200RS each,, head gaskit for 3300 Rs,, u can expect cost of clutch plate
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    Bearing will cost 1k

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    If you want piece of mind, install genuine parts/OEM from dealerships. They know what they're doing and won't let any Chootas work on your car. Outside mechanics just want your hard earned Cash and they hope you return to them so they can fleece you more.
    Yes, If you know someone who is an expert and heard good reviews by fellow friends or relatives, then you can get the job done from him.
    Ask the outside mechanic where you can get OEM parts from though!
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    FCC is the best..
    aisin can also do the job but its a little hard
    Just Do It Your Self!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shereabdullah View Post
    OEM cost too much,, just imagine suzuki dealership is selling side mirror for 2200RS each,, head gaskit for 3300 Rs,, u can expect cost of clutch plate
    then buy the best available part which is near to OEM and get it done by pro as you can't get your tranny out again and again its a complex job.

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    will also consult suzuki dealership tomorow IN SHA ALLAH
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    AISIN / EXEDY brands are equally good. check price in open market before you check from 3S dealer
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    Do not go for the Desi one and also don't put yourself in the headache of repairing the clutch plates as the repaired and desi one both will hardly give you 5k kms and they will be gone again. But the main issue against this desi totka is that u will face a lot of jerks while shifting up and down which is a shame during over taking or when u r driving with someone special with u.
    Go for the Korean one branded "Valeo". I'm using this one from last 3 months and they r working fabulous with some impressive throttle response and quick launch. Moreover, "valeo" brand is manufacturer of genuine spare parts for Hyundai and Kia so don't worry about the quality. Furthermore, buy an Original Japanese clutch bearing which costed me 1000Rs. This bearing will make ur clutch behaving like a brand new car's clutch and some smoothness while pressing it.
    P.S. Choose some well reputed mechanic for this job and don't pay him more than 1000-1500 for this job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shereabdullah View Post
    ASSLAMOALAIKUM

    i own 2007 cultus non efi
    when i bought it it did not use to perform well while climbing,, i was afraid that engine is bad,, but now when i accelerate the car,, rpm goes on increasing but speed remains constant so it is confirm that clutch plate is week
    now coming on to query:

    is it advisable to repair the clutch plate??

    if no, then which brand should i go for?? plz share cost too

    1 mech suggested me that desi one is for 1300rs and it works fine

    other suggested me korean made for Rs 3600 along pressure plate

    ur advise needed
    Brother FCC is only Honda OEM supplier and ASIN is Toyota OEM.

    FCC clutch sets are not imported for Suzuki in Pakistan due to cost. The last time I purchased an FCC it was for a 2005 VTi and cost Rs. 12,000 for clutch and pressure plate only, made in Japan.

    PHY Valeo clutch set China (pressure and clutch plate) will cost you Rs.4,000 and additional Rs. 1,000 for a good NSK/NTN thrust bearing (more important part). Works fine for 40,000 to 60,000 depending on driving.

    Valeo Clutches :: Aftermarket Clutch Kits :: Performance Clutches

    Asin clutch set Thailand will cost you Rs. 6,000 with additional 1,000 for bearing. Works for 50,000-70,000 km.

    Labour of 3-4 hours and Rs. 2,000/-.

    EXEDY / DAIKIN Japan will cost you Rs. 8,000/-.

    FCC genuine Japan if you may find it will cost around 10,000 easily.

    Do remember to change the complete gear oil 2L (ZIC FF etc) for Rs. 450/L.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asad1 View Post
    Go for japenese one will cost 4500 for set

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    Quote Originally Posted by gujar96 View Post
    clutch plate and pressure plate are sensitive parts never use desi parts i suggest you to use OEM genuine clutch and pressure plate and get it done by some good mechanic or take it to dealership.
    Quote Originally Posted by faiz.aslam.121 View Post
    If you want piece of mind, install genuine parts/OEM from dealerships. They know what they're doing and won't let any Chootas work on your car. Outside mechanics just want your hard earned Cash and they hope you return to them so they can fleece you more.
    Yes, If you know someone who is an expert and heard good reviews by fellow friends or relatives, then you can get the job done from him.
    Ask the outside mechanic where you can get OEM parts from though!
    Quote Originally Posted by umarkhan1 View Post
    FCC is the best..
    aisin can also do the job but its a little hard
    Quote Originally Posted by capsat View Post
    AISIN / EXEDY brands are equally good. check price in open market before you check from 3S dealer
    Quote Originally Posted by bradpit View Post
    Brother FCC is only Honda OEM supplier and ASIN is Toyota OEM.

    FCC clutch sets are not imported for Suzuki in Pakistan due to cost. The last time I purchased an FCC it was for a 2005 VTi and cost Rs. 12,000 for clutch and pressure plate only, made in Japan.

    PHY Valeo clutch set China (pressure and clutch plate) will cost you Rs.4,000 and additional Rs. 1,000 for a good NSK/NTN thrust bearing (more important part). Works fine for 40,000 to 60,000 depending on driving.

    Valeo Clutches :: Aftermarket Clutch Kits :: Performance Clutches

    Asin clutch set Thailand will cost you Rs. 6,000 with additional 1,000 for bearing. Works for 50,000-70,000 km.

    Labour of 3-4 hours and Rs. 2,000/-.

    EXEDY / DAIKIN Japan will cost you Rs. 8,000/-.

    FCC genuine Japan if you may find it will cost around 10,000 easily.

    Do remember to change the complete gear oil 2L (ZIC FF etc) for Rs. 450/L.
    thnx alot all budies
    searching on forums,, i read that flywheel should be also tooled otherwise it creates viberations,, is it true?? if yes what should be criteria for tooling??
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    no way flywheel shall be scrubbed, fly wheel is counterweight and made under calculated weight & dia for inertia balancing of running engine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shereabdullah View Post
    thnx alot all budies
    searching on forums,, i read that flywheel should be also tooled otherwise it creates viberations,, is it true?? if yes what should be criteria for tooling??
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    Quote Originally Posted by shereabdullah View Post
    thnx alot all budies
    searching on forums,, i read that flywheel should be also tooled otherwise it creates viberations,, is it true?? if yes what should be criteria for tooling??
    In some conditions, the mechanics change the side of flywheel as well which is again a Desi Totka. But if the mileage of your car is around 80k, and u drive it carefully, I don't think ur flywheel is required to be tooled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shereabdullah View Post
    thnx alot all budies
    searching on forums,, i read that flywheel should be also tooled otherwise it creates viberations,, is it true?? if yes what should be criteria for tooling??


    It is not necessary,If flywheel's surface got deep scratches due to friction of worn clutch disc,then tooling is necessary.
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    dont go for repair,i have recently installed clutch and pressure plate in my cultus too.
    first of all if u are willing to keep ur vehicle lets say for more then 2 3 years then go for genuine parts.
    i have installed FCC original clutch and pressure plate and japanese bearing.
    total cost of mine including labour work and kharadiyas work is near 9k.
    and i am very satisfied with the results .

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    Quote Originally Posted by usman_haider84 View Post
    dont go for repair,i have recently installed clutch and pressure plate in my cultus too.
    first of all if u are willing to keep ur vehicle lets say for more then 2 3 years then go for genuine parts.
    i have installed FCC original clutch and pressure plate and japanese bearing.
    total cost of mine including labour work and kharadiyas work is near 9k.
    and i am very satisfied with the results .
    thnx for ur reply
    did u also tool the flywheel??
    is there any viberations?? or increased engine noise.????
    every man sleeps 1/3 part of a day,, if he makes ABLUTION before sleeping, 1/3rd of his life will be counted as virtue

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