It sounds like you have the new twin turbo sliding clutch with 4-shoes. The earlier turbo sliding clutch has 2 shoes. Anywho here are instructions for the newer 4-shoe twin-turbo clutch from the Fioroni thread on the sgrid:
For all sliding clutch users:
I reccomend to use only 2 springs in the NEW TWIN TURBO CLUTCHES: 1
for each pad; this way there is the optimum engagement of pads and
correct time difference in engagement beetween big and small clutch
If your motor need more bottom punch please use the NEW Hard/Short
springs (item code FR59) .... you can also mix spring type and color
pads to obtain best performances for your driving style and/or engine
#95 of 303 by Vittorio Moroni (modelcar) on Thu May 4 18:11:58 2006:
Ok, I try to explain:
the 2 parts works together.
put 1 spring in each clutch pad.
put the small pad into the flywheel with the spring-face toward the
put the big pad (only 1 spring inside it) into the flywheel over the
small pad with the spring-face up.
(In other words the flat faces of the pads has to contact each other).
Put on the brass shim with flat face toward the big pad.
Go on the track and have fun.... ;-)
.... i hope this can help.....
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He is very helpful.