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Old 09-21-2010, 10:34 AM   #29
08WhiteRex
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Location: Denver, CO
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2012 Mulletmobile

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Originally Posted by quixotesan View Post
Side note - getting stage 3 or 4 clutch put in because if I can't get a little wheel slip from a 3,200lb car with 300whp then something must be wrong.
You won't get any wheelspin out of a 320 ft-lbs, turbocharged, AWD car unless your tires are complete garbage. Nothing is wrong. If you want wheelspin you should have gone with a 2wd car.

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Originally Posted by Imprezzedwitsubies View Post
I have an 09 2.5i with an 09 wrx exhaust, K&N drop-in filter, and a Kartboy SS. I don't drive hard, but I drive alot and I haven't really been happy with this transmission. I've never driven a car that has a clutch with a different engaging point EVERY time u shift. The stock shifter's throws were madd long, so I got the Kartboy SS which feels better. I'm going to grab a stronger clutch and bushing and see what that does. Car has 23,000 miles.
I don't know what you're trying to fix here, but i don't think changing out the clutch or bushings is going to fix the problem as i understand it. I would say bleed the clutch and go from there. It makes no sense that if your clutch engages at a different point every time, but still holds fine, to replace it with a stronger clutch. It's just wasteful.


And just to contribute:
2008 WRX
45K miles
30K at stage 2
3k at 370whp/320wtq
I'd say about 1200 of those are track miles.

Tranny and diff fluids swapped after EVERY track day. I also have the cusco solid motor/ tranny mounts, which should help keep things aligned better, but transfers more shock to the gearbox/ motor.

Still original clutch, holding fine, and tranny is going strong.
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Last edited by 08WhiteRex; 09-21-2010 at 10:44 AM.
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