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Old 09-23-2013, 04:01 PM   #1
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Clutch Suggestions?

My TOB is going bad so I figured while I'm down there replacing it I might as well replace the clutch and stuff too since idk how old it is. My question is should I go aftermarket with a light clutch or should I just stick with OEM. I won't be making any crazy power out of my car anytime soon so I don't need anything heavy duty. I just was curious as to if there were any benefits of an aftermarket clutch opposed to an OEM.
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My TOB is going bad so I figured while I'm down there replacing it I might as well replace the clutch and stuff too since idk how old it is. My question is should I go aftermarket with a light clutch or should I just stick with OEM. I won't be making any crazy power out of my car anytime soon so I don't need anything heavy duty. I just was curious as to if there were any benefits of an aftermarket clutch opposed to an OEM.
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I just ordered a exedy stage 2 so when that gets in I'll let you know how it is. But i think it'll feel way better than my stock.
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Get excedy it's a great clutch! I've had mine on for about 5k miles and no complaints here
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I like my Exedy stage 1. It feels just like the stock one and grabs a bit better
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Old 09-23-2013, 04:11 PM   #6
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Ok cool. I'll probably go with the excedy stage one when I change it. I just wasn't sure if an aftermarket clutch was worth the extra $100
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That's my plan. This summer replace tob pilot clutch and lightweight flywheel. $600 after discount.
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Exedy Mach 400 (stage 2) clutch here. Running for the last 6 months/3k miles. Love it.
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