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Time for a new clutch. :( #388319 Jan 30, 8:26pm Jan 30, 8:26pm
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Time for a new clutch. :(
My clutch is starting to slip (rmp's jump up and down). So what clutch would you guys recommend and how much is it going to run me?


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Re: Time for a new clutch. :( [Re: jl2fast4u] #388320 Jan 30, 9:45pm Jan 30, 9:45pm
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Originally Posted by jl2fast4u
My clutch is starting to slip (rmp's jump up and down). So what clutch would you guys recommend and how much is it going to run me?


I recommend getting a clutch that depends on what kind of mods your going with your engine. If your going for forced induction or na depending on your power i recommend getting a stage 1-3 clutch, it just all depends what type of power you looking your looking for in the future. I definitely recommend a light weight flywheel like 10lb or 11lb! A flywheel definitely makes a major difference, it will definitely make the car feel so responsive & alive + car & quicker revs and will get you into the higp rpms quicker!

Re: Time for a new clutch. :( [Re: flyimages] #388321 Jan 30, 10:05pm Jan 30, 10:05pm
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damn that sucks!!

Re: Time for a new clutch. :( [Re: RookieGTS] #388322 Feb 1, 8:12am Feb 1, 8:12am
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but in a GTS it will make it harder to land, hit and stay in lift. but I just noticed you have a GT so go light smile

Re: Time for a new clutch. :( [Re: Larry_GTS] #388323 Feb 1, 8:29am Feb 1, 8:29am
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If you are not going forced induction, and keeping to basic stuff (exhaust, Intake, etc.) then go with a factory clutch...I can get a new clutch with a throwout bearing for my 03 gt for $160 from my dealer...

Re: Time for a new clutch. :( [Re: AZZKIKR] #388324 Feb 1, 8:51am Feb 1, 8:51am
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rps sprung hub 6 puck sport clutch is great for basic bolt-ons thumbsup also goes good if you have a lightweight flywheel

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