|08-05-2004, 11:59 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2002
Location: San Jose, CAVehicle:
New clutch time... comments?
at 54K miles my Subaru clutch has finally given up and was slipping most of the start down the strip. I am going with an Exedy for sure, just for the sheer fact that they are the OE suppliers for STi's and some other Subarus. Anyways, my concern comes from which to get for my car.
Should I go all out and get a 6-puck, or stay within reason and get a standard (but higher load cap.) exedy clutch?
I fear for the 6-puck with the grabbiness and broken gears, but I dont want to be kicking myself in the ass for not getting something tough enough.
Any thoughts or experiences?
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|08-06-2004, 12:01 AM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2001
2013 BRZ Limited 6MT
If you are always at the track, then I would stick with the stock clutch. A grabbier clutch will just transfer more shock to the tranny. I'd rather replace the clutch every 50K then a tranny.
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