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Old 08-04-2018, 09:58 PM   #10
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Location: Alberta, Canada
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As for clutches, buy one that will handle the torque you're looking to achieve. ACT's six puck clutch (they have 4 kits) at minimum is rated for 668 ft-lbs torque. That's a lot of clutch, but should be more than adequate to hold your power goals. You'll need to get used to it as a daily driver, though. Good luck, haha.

I have an Exedy Stage 2 Cerametallic 3 Puck clutch and that was an interesting experience getting used to it. It wasn't horrible but it was different enough.

As for exhaust, if you're installing it at the time of your engine install and getting a tune, I'd install a TBE with a quieter tone, maybe one that includes a resonator to further tame it down, or you can have a shop weld one in. You'll probably want a DP with a high flow cat considering CA laws. Just some suggestions, is all.

If you're fixing to change it out sooner than later, just put in a quieter CBE. Cobb's cat back is fairly tame, imo. If you can find an SPT cat back, those are pretty docile at idle and cruise, but get a bit rowdy when you're having fun.
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