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1 What clutch on 21st April 2016, 8:57 pm

Dav69


looking at clutches to keep up with the 400bhp mark, a bit lost paddle/ stage 1,2,3 lol the list goes on!!

2 Re: What clutch on 21st April 2016, 9:18 pm

johnny gtir

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Few people running cc (competition clutches) no experiance personally. Is your car daily or weekend toy. Drag or road use
Few options also consider clutch support bracket if you don't have one standard. Braided clutch line and updated clutch fork. Do you know your gear box ?

3 Re: What clutch on 21st April 2016, 9:21 pm

Mr B

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CC stage 3 not bad option for all round use .
if mainly road then paddles not great, 6puk being ok'ish
if track then 6puk ok
be sure use sprung hubs as is a gearbox saver.
http://www.gtir-motorsport-club.com/t4901-which-clutch-have-you-got-and-how-good-is-it

4 Re: What clutch on 21st April 2016, 9:36 pm

Dav69


It's for weekends on the road, standard box on her. Sprung hubs the tricks of the trade ay! I get the car off Tom tomorrow so I will be all over her at the weekend! Got a Honda type r too break first errhhh!

5 Re: What clutch on 21st April 2016, 9:41 pm

johnny gtir

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Dav do you know how to revive and read a on on this site ?

6 Re: What clutch on 21st April 2016, 10:13 pm

Dav69


Cheers for link mr b, helped make my mind up!

7 Re: What clutch on 24th April 2016, 6:50 pm

pulsarmad20

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i have a 6 puk spec clutch in mine

8 Re: What clutch on 24th April 2016, 8:20 pm

Dav69


What bhp is yours running at for that?

9 Re: What clutch on 25th April 2016, 9:07 pm

Dav69


http://www.garagewhifbitz.co.uk/spec-clutch-1853.html
Anybody used this clutch before Spec Triple plate clutch and flywheel 

10 Re: What clutch on 25th April 2016, 10:16 pm

Mr B

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^ total overkill for 400hp on the road, solid unsprung discs too I believe which good for killing standard boxes & some uprated ones .

11 Re: What clutch on 26th April 2016, 5:18 pm

Dav69


Cheers me b, spoke too bob he agreed and hopefully be sorting me out

12 Re: What clutch on 26th April 2016, 7:33 pm

Mr B

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I would go with 6puk CC or spec if expecting lot of abuse or more power, if not the CC stage 3 is a real nice clutch for decent power & road use yet still good for bit of weekend track & drag.
CC clutches cheap prices for quality you get new too, be sure skim flywheel or fit new & review slave/master/hose & fork/ball pivot as it all old .

13 Re: What clutch on 26th April 2016, 8:35 pm

Dav69


Will do, 6 puk spec looks good not bad prices either like u said. I'll get new fly wheel and see how thing look
I basically want too get the car all as new as possible respray shell and start from scratch over winter

14 Re: What clutch on 26th April 2016, 8:52 pm

Mr B

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ceramic clutches need super flat/smooth surface on flywheel so either skim yours if heat burn/crack free or like you say buy something new.
clutch master & slave worth doing as new & possibly heavier clutch could soon finish then off, I wouldn't do one these days without renewing them & they also not overly expensive (cheaper than a recovery)
Good luck .

15 Re: What clutch on 26th April 2016, 8:59 pm

Dav69


So true lol

16 Re: What clutch on 26th April 2016, 9:15 pm

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Wise words from mr b as always .... it worth reviewing all clutch parts as it not something you want to revisit for the sake of a few quid ....


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17 Re: What clutch on 26th April 2016, 9:33 pm

Mr B

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^ like lieghton says it a sh1t job do twice, proper effort on decent flywheel & also uprated clutch fork is a must, at least if master or slave fails it can be replaced without removing box :-P
At 25yrs old most of this stuff needs doing or it bites you in butt shortly afterward.

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