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Okey i just got these parts installed on the car:

HKS SSQV Kit
HKS 4" Hiper Titanium
Greddy BCC
Greddy Full Auto Turbo Timer
Blitz SUS Kit
RMM Downpipe

And the car is now BPU, just gonna get the BC installed next week.
So we took it for a test drive today, after all parts was installed, and the clutch started to slip alot.
First at 4th,5th,6th gear.
But now even at 2th-3th gear....

So im gonna buy a new one, since i cant use my car as it is now.
I knew from a wile back ago that it was going bad.
But today when i got all the parts in the car, it got really bad.

Was gonna put my money into a FMIC but now that money goes to the cluch/flywheel.

What do you guys have ?
Im not sure i like the "rattle" sound that most of the aftermarked twin plate disk makes.
But mabye i could get used to it, hehe.

Whats your experiance with your aftermarket one ?
Best value for your money today is ?

Would mean alot to me with some nice feedback.
If re-post, please delete insted of lock...

Price range, $1250 - 1900

Thanks :bigthumb:


// André of Sweden
 

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Greddy T78
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briguy453 said:
C/C and be done with it.
$2800 is a little to much for me, for a clutch.


Price range, $1250 - 1900
Would be okey... :)
 

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Ulrik said:
$2800 is a little to much for me, for a clutch.


Price range, $1250 - 1900
Would be okey... :)

He speaks the truth. The carbon will last you alot longer the 2-3 clutch changes. I went through an rps and a ACt before the carbon. Just buy the carbon.

Well worth the money.

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Justin187 said:
He speaks the truth. The carbon will last you alot longer the 2-3 clutch changes. I went through an rps and a ACt before the carbon. Just buy the carbon.

Well worth the money.

:)
Hmm
Good point.
But how about the

TRD Twin Plate Clutch

How long will it last, about ?
Any good ?
 

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I could not prsonally live with the noise that unit makes for every day driving.. sounds like a bag of nails..

Dont get me wrong its the best but it sounds Fecked!
 

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RPS C/C is one of the best clutches for our cars!!

I personally have an RPS flywheel with a RPS Stage 2 clutch. Holds my 500rwhp fine.

Depends on your power goals, do you plan on going APU in the future? The RPS C/C can hold hundreds of good and solid drag times, slipping the hell out of it.

If oyur budget is up to 1900, might as well get the RPS C/C. Perhaps a used one?
 
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