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X_RatedGT
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Jul 7, 2:32am - #217918 
clutch question

what type of clutch should i get for my celi gt? act or UR? and like what level of power shouldnt i go over? i wanna get a stage 2 racing clutch becuase me clutch isn't catching fast enough because of all the aftermaarket stuff i have


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Jul 7, 7:33am - #217919 
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Jul 7, 8:17am - #217920 
one word "CENTERFORCE" they are way ahead of all others, but they are a little pricey. It will be the last clutch you ever buy


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Jul 7, 3:28pm - #217921 
dont go over board with the clutch. i say get a 20-30%.upgrade like the stage 2 might be a little to much clutch then you need and may be uncomfortable ill stick around the stage 1, stage 2 if your going to add a little more juice like a 40 shot of nitrouse or a small Turbo


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Jul 7, 7:19pm - #217922 
SO wait, if my clutch goes bad, I can just purchase an aftermarket clutch kit?

Would it make it easier for the car to catch?


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Jul 7, 7:22pm - #217923 
try the JDM TRD clutch

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Jul 8, 9:15am - #217924 
Originally Posted by Chelica815
SO wait, if my clutch goes bad, I can just purchase an aftermarket clutch kit?

Would it make it easier for the car to catch?
Sometimes too easy.

And the clutch would wear a hell of a lot faster.

Bigger is not always better.

The stock clutch should be more than adeqate even with I/H/E. FI is another story.

Clutches are rated with torque, not horsepower.


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Jul 8, 9:51am - #217925 
I've heard good things about the durability of both the TRD clutch, and the centerforce clutch...I heard that the ACT clutches are nice, but wear really fast

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