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Old 12-09-2015, 09:18 PM   #1
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2013 GT CLUTCH INFO

Ok I'm going to ask .. Who has the best holiday price for Stage 2 clutch kit? I'm hooking up the supercharger and fig. I'll need a clutch soon until the new toy gets old! I was looking at the upgraded stage 2 Exedy kit. It's at around 550$. Right now.
I know some of you guys have said stock is still good up to the 700 mark but I am just reaffirming. car is. Daily drive not a actual race car so I really don't even now if I need to spend the extra on upgrade or aftermarket fly wheel, but I am going to sit back and listen. Err. Read the comments. Have already done suspension and wasted $$$ on a 1pc drive shaft.


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Define wasted money on 1 piece drive shaft......I have 617 at the wheel now and the stock clutch is holding fine bro. Let me know if you swap yours and how it feels.
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Waste of money = I really did not need! LOL I don't race the car. Its just for me to drive..
From what I read it only reduces Track times maybe and 8th of a sec.. so for me I really didn't need to buy, but i had found it used and got it to the Door for 400$ . But that being said, me buying a Supercharger for a daily driver could be called a waste of money too! LOL
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