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Old 07-21-2013, 09:08 PM   #1
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SMF for mk3

http://www.focusfanatics.com/forum/showthread.php?t=321414

I came across this earlier today and thought that I would share it with you all. According to him, the ST and the NA have the same part# for the DMF that comes from the factory. The gains he posted seem a little fishy however I don't doubt it considering how hard the engine lugs when trying to do a first gear pull. If we can get a SMF for out MTX-75 on top of header and a Throttle body I don't see how we cannot have 200+ at the wheels. What are your thoughts on the subject? Does anyone know for a fact that the ST and the NA share the same flywheel, as SUSS6052 said:
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Not likely given the fact that the NA uses an mtx75 and the ST uses an MMT6 gearbox. One was developed by Ford specifically, the other is built as a joint venture with Getrag and Ford.
However, as ST3 4 Me said:

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It appears that the 2.0 Duratec and the 2.0 Ecoboost have the same flywheel. according to my source there is no mention of a non DMF application for the 2.0 Duratec. with that said images show two different flywheel face designs.




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The flywheels are the same. Part numbers for both the 2.0 Duratech and 2.0 Ecoboost match. Source: Ford Helm shop manual.

I still say pull yours to find out if they match. It wouldnt be the first time a drawing and part number have been wrong
There's some contradictions going on here and I was wondering if anyone has removed their clutch/flywheel and has pictures.


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