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post #11 of 19 Old 20th February 2013, 01:58 AM Thread Starter
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thank you sailor

I will send them a mail,maybey they will work with carbotic.(or maybey I can send them the plates)
I do not want to destroy my clutch and flywheel with a type of clutch disc.
stage 4 with a 5 pad carbotic would be perfect set up.

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Jim Berry Clutches
Address: 26 Gladys St, Greenslopes QLD 4120
Phone:(07) 3847 9999

that phone number you will need to add 61 for the Australia country code, and leave off the 0

so you would dial 61 7 3847 9999

I dont see an email address, I will call him tomorrow and get it, and post up.

googling him down here,it looks like he is the man for Skyline and GTR race/ road clutches.

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Address: 26 Gladys St, Greenslopes QLD 4120
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as i said on the other forum, I will call him tomorrow and get an email address for you.

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Hello Sir

Thank you verry much.you have made my day.
Iff you ever are in belgium please tell me and whe are going for a beer.
Jim have contacted me.he is going to make me a good clutch.,one that can take the turbo power of the s38.

Really thank you for this.

best regards

and greatings from belgium.

ruben block
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-765 Clutch Disk

I am exactly in the same situation as you. Could you give an update on your situation?

I have already acquired a -765 PP and am currently looking for a clutch disk...

Thanks!
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Jim Berry Clutches
Address: 26 Gladys St, Greenslopes QLD 4120
Phone:(07) 3847 9999

as i said on the other forum, I will call him tomorrow and get an email address for you.
Hi Manualshifter, Jim did the 5 button carbotic clutch for Yoda. At the time he was doing all the Porsche Cup race cars. Good to see some Aussies on the board. MIB.

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Think you might be searching in the wrong country for expertise. Pretty sure it was first patented in Canada but I could be wrong. Anyway the buttons are very easy to get here depending on size. Try this American company for supply. As far as I know you save your disc and replace the buttons.
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Has anyone tried these? Looks like a great product but not sure if it applies to E39s?
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