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  • 2.0L XE Omega/SBD 87.00mm Pot Piston set.
    The Omega pot type pistons are extremely high quality and SBD have used them since the company was founded. The piston crown has been developed over time to what we believe is the best pot type piston available, in fact in many cases when put up against other makes of piston, they regularly out perform even those types which are supposed to be a slipper type. If you have a reasonable budget which is not able to stretch to our high specification Omega slipper pistons, choosing our Omega Pot type piston is an essential way to gain performance and reliability at the right price. Suitable for use with either standard rods or our 143mm Saenz Steel Rod Set.
  • SBD have designed a 2 ring slipper piston for the 2-litre Duratec with the help of Omega & the latest improvements in design that they have gained through GP bike development, they have produced a new forging specifically for this piston. It is of a much stiffer construction, uses a smaller lighter pin at 18mm, they have also moved the pin closer to the crown of the piston which helps to reduce piston rock which also helps to reduce friction. It is ultra-lightweight & low friction; in initial tests we saw a 7bhp increase in our high spec engine simply by changing the pistons along with new matching longer rods. Available in 87.50mm and 88.00mm bore.
  • The new 152 con-rod has been designed specifically to go with our new 2-litre Duratec slipper pistons, it is 6mm longer which has helped to reduce the rod angle which in turn helps to increase the torque. On our high spec engine we saw an increase of 6lbft torque & just reaching 200lbft torque. Due to the smaller pin size on the piston, this has reduced the weight of the small end of the rod which means the rod is actually 12g lighter than our normal Duratec rods. We have also upped the rod bolts to the ARP625+ high spec material to cope with the extra performance.
    This design of rod has several improvements which benefit the engine. There are two vertical grooves on the side of the rod, this directs the oil spray as it exits the big end vertically upwards towards the pin and the crown of the piston,. This has two benefits, it helps to supply lubricant directly to the gudgeon pin also the cool jet of oil to the underside of the crown of the piston helps to reduce the temperature of the piston itself. On the small end, we have repositioned the oil hole which feeds the small end bush. This is because the one at the top which is normally used effectively weakens the rod itself which increases the possibility of breakage when the rod is brought down by the crankshaft. By moving the oil hole to the side of the rod, there is far more material in this area to help maintain its strength.
    Because of the above modifications it is no longer necessary to supply an oil feed through the bearing, even if your bearing still has a hole for the oil jet, it does not reduce its improvement, the hole is simply filled with oil and the pressure in this area is maintained.
  • SBD have designed this rod to replace the standard fragile item, it has a bronze small end bush, which replaces the press-fit version. Ideal for use with our piston. These rods have been tested extensively to over 9000rpm on standard crankshaft & over 9500rpm on a steel crankshaft.
    So beware of cheap imitations!
    Weight approx 455g
    Centre to centre length approx 146mm
    This design of rod has several improvements which benefit the engine. There are two vertical grooves on the side of the rod, this directs the oil spray as it exits the big end vertically upwards towards the pin and the crown of the piston,. This has two benefits, it helps to supply lubricant directly to the gudgeon pin also the cool jet of oil to the underside of the crown of the piston helps to reduce the temperature of the piston itself. On the small end, we have repositioned the oil hole which feeds the small end bush. This is because the one at the top which is normally used effectively weakens the rod itself which increases the possibility of breakage when the rod is brought down by the crankshaft. By moving the oil hole to the side of the rod, there is far more material in this area to help maintain its strength.
    Because of the above modifications it is no longer necessary to supply an oil feed through the bearing, even if your bearing still has a hole for the oil jet, it does not reduce its improvement, the hole is simply filled with oil and the pressure in this area is maintained.
  • The Omega pot type pistons are extremely high quality and SBD have used them since they first started. The piston crown has been developed over time to what we believe is the best pot type piston available, in fact when tested against other makes of piston, they regularly out perform even those types which are supposed to be a slipper style. If you have a reasonable budget which is not able to stretch to our high specification Omega slipper pistons, choosing our Omega Pot type piston is an essential way to gain performance and reliability at the right price.
    Available in 87.50mm and 88.00mm bore.
  • We have built this clutch to suit Mk2 Escort Rally Cars when fitted with any of the most popular 4 Cylinder 2.0L/2.5L engine choices, from the Millington Diamond, Vauxhall 20XE, Duratec, Cosworth BDG.......the list goes on. The spec we have used for this application will suit the most arduous rally stages as we have opted for .250" (6.35mm) disc thickness, added to that we use a High Mass pressure plate to increase the thermal capacity of this clutch, this combination coupled with PTT's legendary high quality manufacturing processes makes this clutch virtually impossible to beat. We have put this together as a pre-defined spec to aid you during the buying experience, simply select your spline type from the drop down menu and purchase. For less arduous conditions we can supply an alternative spec, using .200" (5.08mm) discs and a standard pressure plate which keeps the overall weight of the unit down, please contact us for further information if required.
  • We have built this clutch to suit 2.0L XE powered FWD Competition cars using the F20 range of gearboxes, from standard casings to the Quaife Sequential alternative. The spec we have used for this application will suit both race and rally as we have opted for .200" (5.08mm) disc thickness, this coupled with PTT's legendary high quality manufacturing processes makes this clutch virtually impossible to beat for the application. We can go down to our .105" (2.67mm) disc thickness if preferred for those who are looking to reduce the clutch assembly weight, please contact us for these options. FWD applications can be a challenging installation to fit a Twin Disc Competition clutch into due to the limited space available, however the PTT range of clutches are renowned for having one of the most compact clutch cover assemblies in the industry. Please Note: We have known on occasion, that the internal area of the bell housing requires some finishing to clear the clutch cover, this is down to inaccuracies in the standard GM F20 casting. When using a Quaife sequential gearbox the bell housing is proof machined to ensure sufficient clutch clearance. We recommend for all installations that a Hydraulic release mechanism (slave cylinder) is used, most F20 standard gearboxes use a cable operated clutch so we advise that this is converted. We have put this together as a pre-defined spec to aid you during the buying experience, simply select your spline type from the drop down menu and purchase.
  • SBD Hayabusa Drysump Kit

    £1,025.00 £1,230.00 Inc VAT

    OS-DSK-BUSA-01

    The SBD Hayabusa dry sump system is in our opinion the most successful and efficient kit on the market, they are now sold worldwide.
    The kits are supplied direct to some Kit Car manufacturers and we are pleased to say the our dry sump systems have been highly successful in many disciples, including: the Danish Seven Racing Champion Steffen Hansen and the American Salt flats speed record bike.

    Key Factors in our Design

    Remote PRV (pressure relief valve) housing for pressure stabilisation
    After various tests and prototypes, we found the standard PRV position causes pressure fluctuations due to the valve no longer being submerged. We have engineered a remote housing with oil recirculation.
    Pump removal in situ - no need to remove sump
    The twin stage scavenge oil pump, which replaces the original water pump (you will need to use an electric pump) has been designed so it can be removed and fitted whilst the sump is in place, this allows the user to inspect many components without having to remove the sump or disassemble the engine further. The pump mounts directly to our billet dry sump pan without the need for any hoses.
    Internal scavenge channels
    The sump was designed in 2 neat pieces; the main part of the sump has channels machined into it allowing the dry sump system to scavenge oil from both front and back of the sump pan, so there is no need for any external scavenge pipes. The pan is then closed with a thin top plate, which is bonded to the main part of the sump pan. You will only need to provide a supply from your dry sump tank & a return to the tank (via oil cooler if required).
    M8 mounting lugs for semi-stressed applications
    We have also added 4 x M8 fixing holes to 31mm deep sump pan. The billet is extremely rigid and these mounting lugs allow the user to bolt the sump to a chassis of a car, if required to further increase the strength of their installation.
    No baffles required - faster oil evacuation
    There are several reasons why we have not fitted a baffle plate. A baffle plate is designed to retain oil below it, so if the engine was wet sump there would be oil in the sump itself and as the vehicle corners, the baffle is designed to slow the oil movement beneath the baffle to stop it escaping. When an engine is dry sump, in theory there is no oil in the sump itself and therefore the baffle becomes an unnecessary component as there is no oil to retain. The other problem with using a baffle is that any oil that is falling into the sump itself will be slowed by the baffle, but in effect this is the opposite to what you need and any oil that is making its way to the sump should be allowed to reach it as quickly as possible, because the moment it reaches the sump the scavenge pumps then extract the oil and return it to the tank as quickly as possible.
    Standard oil cooler delete
    The standard oil cooler option has been removed from our dry sump system, because there was always a considerable oil pressure drop when used. Whatever we tried, there would always be a pressure drop and as many Hayabusa owners would know, oil pressure is quite high when the engine is cold and as the engine heats up and the crank cases would grow, oil pressure would drop huge amounts. We have even seen oil pressure of 2PSI at tickover, if you only fit the oil cooler to the scavenge side, the pressure part of the system does not have to work as hard and we have seen significantly more oil pressure under all temperatures.
    Provision for Turbo return
    Using SBD part number: OS-A-12xM20x1.5
  • 7.25″ (184mm) Organic Clutch Pack

    £81.00£443.00

    Available on backorder

    Replacement 7.25" (184mm) Clutch Disc Pack - Organic Material, suitable for all PTT and Super Clutch units of this size and friction material type. Select your required number of discs, thickness, spline type and hub set. Wear limits are found within our Data Sheets - Click Here  

  • 7.25″ (184mm) Floater Plate

    £80.00 £96.00 Inc VAT

    Replacement 7.25" (184mm) Floater Plate for PTT and Super Clutch units. 

    This is the most common Standard version, however we can also offer Lightweight and Super Lightweight versions - please contact us for more details.  

  • 10.4″ Street Stock Clutch Cover

    £465.00 £558.00 Inc VAT

    Available on backorder

    10.4" Street Stock Clutch Cover - Aluminium Type

  • 10.4" Street Stock Aluminium Core Clutch Disc