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trdcelica13 May 4, 1:20am - #170990 
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clutch

Whats the difference between a 4 puck and 6 puck clutch?
Also, how much quicker will it wear out than a stock?
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slidr May 4, 1:22am - #170991 

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6 puck can hold more.

You won't need either for a Celica, unless you have a Turbo.



Only a retard would put a pucked disc on a car pushing out barely 130 ft/lbs of torque.

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oh so it is more duable for when there is more stress on the engine...oh i get it rofl
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slidr May 4, 1:51am - #170993 

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Originally Posted by XplodCelica0708
oh so it is more duable for when there is more stress on the engine...oh i get it rofl
It's more durable when the engine applies a certain amount of torque to the drivetrain. If you don't need the extra clamping power of a clutch, then don't get it. You will just be wearing the clutch a lot faster.

Your shifts will also be jerky as hell. Imagine what that would do to your transmission over time.

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trdcelica13 May 4, 2:20am - #170994 
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the car is goig to have a Turbo in it, thats just why i'm asking about those, and i'm wondering how long they will last also. RPS has a sprung disk 6 puck clucth too, whould that lessen the stress on the tranny?

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