How to Install a TTRS Clutch on a MK7

How to Install a TTRS Clutch on a MK7

Below you will find the details on what it takes to install an Audi TTRS Pressure Plate on your 6 speed manual transmission MK7.  This is most often done to upgrade the clutch on your MK7 with better clamping force, while still maintaining an OEM type feel.  This would generally be referred to as an OEM+ mod.   This clutch is said to hold up to 430lbft of torque, which exceeds the output of almost all non big turbo MK7 models.  If your MK7 is in need of a clutch and you want to keep the stock feel, then this upgrade might be for you.  



Parts Required for TTRS Clutch on your MK7

Audi TTRS Clutch Kit Install on MK7

Tools needed to install the TTRS Clutch on your MK7

     -Sockets:

                7mm

                10mm

                13mm

                16mm

                18mm

                21mm

                9mm 12 point(clutch bolts)

                24mm 12 point(axle bolt)

     -Bits: - Torx Bit Set - Triple Square Bit Set

                10mm triple square

                12mm triple square

                T25 torx

                T30 torx

                15/64 drill bit or stepped drill bit up to atleast ¼”

                6mm long hex key

     -Other

                Pliers

                Picks

                Pry bar

                Hammer

                Clutch alignment tool

                Drill

                Ratchets

                Extensions

                Swivels

                Torque Wrench

Here is a basic outline of this TTRS Clutch Install on a MK7

  • From top side of car remove the air filter box, battery, and battery tray (don’t forget 10mm nut on back side of battery tray on the lower strut tower). 
  • After that I remove the shifter linkage and bungee it up and out of the way.
  • Remove the starter and disconnect the reverse light switch at this time and tuck the wires up on the frame rails. 
  • Next jack up the car and place it safely on jack stands.  
  • Remove both front wheels and set aside.  
  • Remove the belly pan from underneath the motor and the left side lower wheel well plastics that connect to the front bumper. 
  • Next loosen and remove the axle bolts with the 24mm 12pt socket, 
  • then remove the ball joint nuts, and the axles.  
  • Remove the right side axle cup from the transmission and the dog bone mount and lower charge pipe rubber section. 
  • Remove the slave cylinder bleeder and drain the clutch line. 
  • At this point you need to safely support the motor.  
  • After supporting the motor you can remove the transmission mount bolts and transmission mount bracket. 
  • Next remove the 8 bolts securing the transmission to the engine making note of their location while supporting the transmission. 
  • At this point the trans is ready to come out, you will move it to the left while pushing the differential up into the engine area to clear the subframe until its clear of the fly wheel and can be removed. 
  • Remove the slave cylinder from the bell housing and replace.  
  • After this is out remove the 12 point 9mm bolts securing the pressure plate to the flywheel and remove the old pressure plate and clutch disc and inspect the flywheel and replace if necessary or purchased with it.  
MK7 Manual Trans Removed



Special Proccess to Allow use of the TTRS Clutch for MK7
  • Next you will need to drill the new pressure plate pilot holes. The pilot holes on the TTRS pressure plate are smaller than the centering pins located on your flywheel.  Using the drill bit (15/64 drill bit or stepped drill bit up to atleast ¼”) drill your holes and test fit youre pressure plate to the MK7 flywheel to ensure fitment.  
How to Drill Audi TTRS Pressure Plate




Continue with your Clutch Install
  • Insert the new clutch disc onto the flywheel making sure to note proper orientation and place the pressure plate over top and insert the clutch alignment tool to center everything. 
  • Reassembly is the reverse of removal stopping before putting the battery back in to bleed the clutch.   
  • Enjoy your New OEM Plus clutch.

Audi TTRS Clutch Disc on MK7 

Torque Specs

Clutch to flywheel Bolt- 20nm diagonal pattern

Transmission mount/bracket – 60nm + 90 degree

Transmission to engine 18mm bolts – 80nm

Transmission to engine 16mm bolts – 40nm

Shifter selector nut – 25nm

Cable bracket to transmission – 20nm

Axle bolt to spindle – 200nm + 180 degree

Axle to Inner axle cup Bolts – 70nm diagonal pattern

Axle cup to differential – 33nm

Ball joint nuts – 40nm + 45 degree

Wheels – 120nm diagonal pattern

 

 



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