Originally Posted by robotskillhumans
I have a 6 puck sprung. Why do you want an unsprung clutch?
My Spec stage 4 slips on launches and hard pulls at my current power level. When my new motor is in and I can turn the boost up I don't see it lasting long. The only clutches rated for my projected power level are unsprung and $texas multi-discs.
I figure if I've gotten used to the harshness of my Spec, my commute isn't too bad and I have a fair-weather daily.. it is an option I'd like to consider.
Originally Posted by ppayer38
I've had the ACT 6 puck I sprung in 3 cars and the pedal isn't as bad as most say it is. Sucks in stop and go cause they don't really slip at all haha. Holds great power. I would not recommend them to anybody who has never used an unsprung clutch before specially if this is your DD or street car.
And since in here, should I get a header or just stock with my PNP setup? Don't wanna spend the $400 but at the same time I'm wondering if it'll be worth the gains
I'm confused, is your clutch sprung or unsprung? Can't tell if there is a type-o in there or not.
My theory on headers, while completely biased, is KillerB or nada! When Mikey tuned my car he was super impressed with the spool of my turbo and I can give that credit, IMO, to my $texas KillerB headers.
When I go home for Xmas I'll be stopping by his shop for a tune, perhaps I'll bring my stock headers along for a comparison plot.