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Old 07-14-2019, 01:02 PM   #1
YoungKing15
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Default Competition Clutch Question

I need to replace the clutch in an 05 wrx 5 speed, the clutch was slipping at 8lbs of boost and the tuner suggested a Competition Clutch Stage 2 for the setup that the car has which will be about 300 hp. My question is what is the difference in the Stage 2 Street 2100 Clutch Kit and the Stage 2 Steelback Brass Plus Kit? How will it impact daily drivability? And city drivability?

https://www.rallysportdirect.com/par...lus-clutch-kit

https://www.maperformance.com/produc...wrx-15029-2100



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Old 07-17-2019, 11:38 AM   #2
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Same part - look at the part number.

I've got their Stage 2 Brass + w/ lightened flywheel on my 09 WRX. Good clutch; nice light pedal for a 400 lb/ft clutch; break-in takes awhile and it is more direct/abrupt than the stocker.
If you're only running 300 lb/ft of torque on a DD car, I'd go with an organic disc - it's more street-friendly in stop & go traffic. Exedy makes the OEM clutch & their Stage 1 is rated @ 300 lb/ft.

While you're in there, it's good idea to replace the clutch fork & swap out the aftermarket clutch release/throwout bearing with an OEM one.
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