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Old 12-02-2013, 09:27 PM   #26
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I disagree completely, I have this exact clutch(cc stage 2 steel back brass+) and I enjoy it, the break in was rough but other than that it has been smooth sailing. The engagement is nice. It does grab a LOT harder than stock but a tiny change in throttle while taking off and you're golden. I don't have any more chatter or problems at all with this clutch and I have 2k on it. I would recommend this clutch to anyone who is stage 2 or more. I will be getting tuned for meth in a few weeks I'll let you all know how it goes.
Let us know how it holds after around 10k miles. I've had it for about 10k now and it slips when I'm hard on throttle. I'm around 320ish awtq. The clutch is rated at 80% over stock.. Since stock is around 290 tq (crank), 80% over should be 522 ftlbs, or ~390 awtq. I haven't ever launched with this clutch nor have I slipped it taking off or between gears. The break-in did suck though, took forever for the chatter to go away.
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Let us know how it holds after around 10k miles. I've had it for about 10k now and it slips when I'm hard on throttle. I'm around 320ish awtq. The clutch is rated at 80% over stock.. Since stock is around 290 tq (crank), 80% over should be 522 ftlbs, or ~390 awtq. I haven't ever launched with this clutch nor have I slipped it taking off or between gears. The break-in did suck though, took forever for the chatter to go away.
So do you recommend or not? Is my money better spend on a different clutch? I have 323tq at crank. I was told that exedy stage 1 will hold up if I'm not launching it. My stock clutch lasted over 25K before it started slipping after I did a turbo swop. I DD my car and never seen track but eventually plan on going to one.
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Old 12-03-2013, 12:05 AM   #28
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So do you recommend or not? Is my money better spend on a different clutch? I have 323tq at crank. I was told that exedy stage 1 will hold up if I'm not launching it. My stock clutch lasted over 25K before it started slipping after I did a turbo swop. I DD my car and never seen track but eventually plan on going to one.
I posted my recommendation on page 1.

You should pick a clutch that's close to the tq output. Too strong and it causes more stress on other parts of drive train. If you're upgrading the clutch, you shouldn't stick with a stock/stage 1 clutch if you plan on gaining more power.

Make sure you read this: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?p=9878792

As for clutches, I've heard good things about exedy clutches and south bend (I plan on trying the stage 2 south bend clutch soon).

This would probably work for your 08 wrx according to your profile: http://www.dxdracingclutches.com/eco...m?item_id=4269 -- of course, buy from a dealer to save $$.

All up to you, and your goals!
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Old 12-04-2013, 11:30 AM   #29
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I posted my recommendation on page 1.

You should pick a clutch that's close to the tq output. Too strong and it causes more stress on other parts of drive train. If you're upgrading the clutch, you shouldn't stick with a stock/stage 1 clutch if you plan on gaining more power.

Make sure you read this: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?p=9878792

As for clutches, I've heard good things about exedy clutches and south bend (I plan on trying the stage 2 south bend clutch soon).

This would probably work for your 08 wrx according to your profile: http://www.dxdracingclutches.com/eco...m?item_id=4269 -- of course, buy from a dealer to save $$.

All up to you, and your goals!
what was the part number on the clutch you had installed that you got from your buddy. Comp has had 2 versions of their Subaru STI clutches over the years. The original 15020-XXXX and the newer (much much better) 15030-XXXX series.
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what was the part number on the clutch you had installed that you got from your buddy. Comp has had 2 versions of their Subaru STI clutches over the years. The original 15020-XXXX and the newer (much much better) 15030-XXXX series.
Interesting. I'm not sure (without pulling the clutch). If I had to bet, it was the older one. Good info!
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Old 12-10-2013, 02:02 PM   #31
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i have had this clutch for about 1350 miles now and for the first 500 miles it seems like all this clutch did was chatter and burn. Its true the pedal still feels like oem as well. The chatter has started to go away but if i don't rev match when i downshift the clutch is very loud and sounds like its having trouble engaging. Am i the only one exeriencing this downshift issue?!
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Finally got around to install my clutch kit. I ended up going with Competition Clutch Stage 2 with their 13.5 lbs light weight flywheel.

My stock clutch was really worn out



Comparing old with new

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Light weight flywheel installed

So far it feels smooth and I'm still getting use to the kit I will keep up with updates as I bake in the clutch.
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Installed the Competition Clutch Stage 2 with flywheel on my '13 last week, after the last round of mods, the factory clutch was a no go.

So far only about 350 miles on the setup so I am taking it easy. No chatter, pedal feel is about the same. The traditional burn smell is almost gone and only noticed when the clutch was cold at startup.

I will repost after more miles logged. The '13 has 324hp on the dyno for note.

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Installed the Competition Clutch Stage 2 with flywheel on my '13 last week, after the last round of mods, the factory clutch was a no go. So far only about 350 miles on the setup so I am taking it easy. No chatter, pedal feel is about the same. The traditional burn smell is almost gone and only noticed when the clutch was cold at startup. I will repost after more miles logged. The '13 has 324hp on the dyno for note. James RSD
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Very nice set up
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Very nice set up
Thanks, yours as well.

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Does the clutch + flywheel combo generate a CEL?
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Does the clutch + flywheel combo generate a CEL?
Nope, the flywheel is 13.5 I believe anything under 10.0lbs will cause a CEL.
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No CEL here.

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Has anyone had any fitment issues with CCI? I have a stage 4 and last night we pulled the motor and got everything ready to be put back together the pressure plate wouldn't fit without having to take off the dust shield. It's a solid 1 inch to big around the PP... I am being overnighted a new clutch kit from the guy I bought it from. Hopefully we don't have the same issue.
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i have had the competition stage 2 clutch with a ACT Streetlight flywheel for 5k miles. i hate it!! it smells NASTY really easy. i mean just pulling my car on ramps makes it smell! its holding the power fine. i haven't really launched my car hard yet though so i dont know if it grabs or not. my only complaint is the smell. also you guys says it's not stiff compared to stock. mine is stiff as **** compared to my friends 2011 STI and 2013 WRX.

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i have had the competition stage 2 clutch with a ACT Streetlight flywheel for 5k miles. i hate it!! it smells NASTY really easy. i mean just pulling my car on ramps makes it smell! its holding the power fine. i haven't really launched my car hard yet though so i dont know if it grabs or not. my only complaint is the smell. also you guys says it's not stiff compared to stock. mine is stiff as **** compared to my friends 2011 STI and 2013 WRX. 2007 STI Built motor Perrin rotated GTX3076r kit 417whp/395tq 23 psi on straight 93 octane. COBB Plano Mustang Dyno
I'm only about 1,300 miles on it and pedal feels about same as stock to me, smell went away but I do get it as well if I ride the clutch into my driveway or up hills, But it's not bad! I have not launched it yet but when I down shift it grabs hard once I get new tired ima launch it once or twice and see how it handles. I also have the light weight flywheel from Competition Clutch

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I've had this clutch installed for about 7 months now with about 8,000+ miles on it. This clutch grabs pretty hard which i love. I've launched it about 15-20 times or so with no issues what so ever. This clutch did have some chatter in the first 300 miles or so but went away. I have no complaints with this clutch at all.

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I've had this clutch installed for about 7 months now with about 8,000+ miles on it. This clutch grabs pretty hard which i love. I've launched it about 15-20 times or so with no issues what so ever. This clutch did have some chatter in the first 300 miles or so but went away. I have no complaints with this clutch at all. 2000 swapped Rs Vf39 All bolt-ons
That's good to hear I'm just over 2k on it and have no issues as well still haven't launched it tho but I have confidence that t will hold up I some hard launches!! Chatter is no issue to me, my car is loud and I'm partially deaf in my left ear haha
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That's good to hear I'm just over 2k on it and have no issues as well still haven't launched it tho but I have confidence that t will hold up I some hard launches!! Chatter is no issue to me, my car is loud and I'm partially deaf in my left ear haha
My car is gutted so its noisy anyways and i DD it so im used to all the minor noises the car makes. I want to say i may of smelled my clutch no more then 2-3 times max.
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Good feedback in here, thanks! I am debating between the Comp Stage 2 or a Exedy Stage 1 Organic clutch, but there isn't much to read on people with 08+ WRXs on the Exedy. My 11 WRX is only stage 2 with no plans for insane power, but lots of track time. I am at 60K on the stock clutch with over a dozen track days and the need to daily drive it. I am liking the Comp Stage 2 more and more, but I wana make sure I evaluate all options. Hummm...
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Good feedback in here, thanks! I am debating between the Comp Stage 2 or a Exedy Stage 1 Organic clutch, but there isn't much to read on people with 08+ WRXs on the Exedy. My 11 WRX is only stage 2 with no plans for insane power, but lots of track time. I am at 60K on the stock clutch with over a dozen track days and the need to daily drive it. I am liking the Comp Stage 2 more and more, but I wana make sure I evaluate all options. Hummm...
Sorry to bring back an old thread, but you ever decide what clutch to go with? In the same boat and that clutch looks great on paper, still waiting to see what my tuner thinks of it (had suggested the ACT HD, but the torque capacity on this looks quite a bit better).

At 305w torque, stage 2 + PW TMIC but looking to throw a 440xt on soon...
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I have had this clutch on my car for almost a year now...

...and I still frickin HATE it!!

Break in was terrible, and the car smelled like the worst version of a burning clutch smell that you can imagine with even the slightest amount of slipping. It also chattered like crazy.

So, you try to slip it less to minimize the nasty smell - bad idea. The clutch actually felt a little lighter than the stock one, but it grips much harder, so less slip given the same power results in pretty harsh starts that made me feel like I hadn't been driving stick shifts for the last fifteen years.

Eventually, I've learned to find the delicate balance which results in a smooth launch for daily driving, but if I'm not paying attention, it's still easy to have an unintentionally choppy start. Irritating, considering I've driven a lot of cars with higher capacity clutches than mine which didn't exhibit this trait.

I bought the clutch because, immediately after something around "stage 2," my stock clutch was useless. I do have to say that it never showed any signs of slipping or inability to hold power.

One big end rod bearing and a turbo later, my engine is stock again with the same clutch, and I'm still regretting my purchase.

I'm actually looking forward to this thing wearing out eventually so I can try something else. Anything else.
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I don't have any of the issues that a few have been reporting. I recommend this clutch to anyone at stage 2 or larger power levels
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