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2000 dark blue Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Dec 27, 11:10am - #359544 
New Clutch

Hello everyone. Happy holidays!

I am buying a new clutch kit for my 2000 Celica GTS. I am trying to decide between an ACT street clutch kit and a SPEC Stage 2 clutch kit. I was also reading some stuff on the net which said that the ACT clutch is an "on/off" clutch, while the SPEC clutch isn't. Can anyone tell me what this means? Anyone have experiences with either of these two clutches? any pros/cons/recommendations? I drive the car in the city during weekdays and race it occasionally on weekends.


Dec 27, 12:36pm - #359545 
if you use your car as a daily driver, you do not want a on/off clutch. Basically, normal clutches slip. An on/off clutch do not slip. Well, they slip alittle but its very minimal. Its basically for racing purposes.

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Dec 29, 10:30am - #359546 
I got a SPEC stage 2, needs a long time to break in, after that it's very nice!

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