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[Transmission] Juddery engine- continued
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Afternoon all.

So my juddery engine saga continues. Picked the car up from the garage last night with brand new clutch, guide, fork and balljoint. Clutch now operates just lovely i can literally press the pedal with one finger. However, it didn't cure the juddering problem. Every time i pull away in 1st gear the engine get very jumpy. The only thing I can think of is the flywheel. My mechanic agrees but he says it's quite unlikely for the solid flywheel to develop a fault like this. Has anyone of you had similar problem or can comment on the flywheel issue? Thanks in advance, David.

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Did you check or change the rear lower torque link to the engine?
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Yes. As soon as I try to release the clutch the engine starts jumping. It's also jumpy when I try to engine brake and release the clutch slowly especially in 2nd gear- which to me points at flywheel. It's pretty much very smooth pulling under load etc. It's just extremely annoying, to the point that I avoid driving it.

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I have replaced drop links and swingarms too as they were shot

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That is really weird with a solid flywheel. It's almost impossible to get flywheel judder.
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My mechanic agreed it's unlikely, but if the clutch was badly burnt in the past it might have caused the flywheel to warp

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True, that's possible.
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Does it judder when you engine brake with the clutch fully engaged / foot off the pedal?
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Not at all

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Might be oil contamination of the flywheel from the rear crank seal.
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