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When to get a new clutch?

He guys. Just saving up for my new transmission, figured I'd ask about a clutch while I am at it. When should I think about replacing my stock one? Car has about 73xxx miles on the original clutch. Never had issues, but will hopefully be pushing FI power within the next year, and the trans will be out in a few weeks.


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Be a dang good time to do it since you're already in there.

My 04gt has 78k on the factory clutch with no issues.

If you're doing FI next year, you will def want to upgrade the cluch.


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Be a dang good time to do it since you're already in there.

My 04gt has 78k on the factory clutch with no issues.

If you're doing FI next year, you will def want to upgrade the clutch.


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Like 0440 said...do it now and save yourself a load of cash! Plus you get the benefit of the same shop doing the work!

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