Man, that sucks I'm sorry to hear that. Have you been using the same pressure plate the whole time? Its hard to believe that you would wear out a clutch in 2 weeks of normal driving. I too rarely turn up my boost or race.traxon said:I would do anything to have an automatic right now.. my 6spd is just nothing but problems.
If it makes you feel any better, had both my stock auto and a Level 10 tranny blow up w/ in the last year and a half. Cost: ~$10k. Had I known that that was going to happen, I might have switched to 6-speed.
Whoever you bought the clutch from ought to stand behind their product and replace it for you. And you should have the slave cylider and pressure plate inspected/replaced, and them make sure that the free travel in the clutch pedal is correctly adjusted. I know that when we first installed an RPS pressure plate w/ a stock flywheel and clutch disk in my buddy's car, it was very hard to engage and would almost not go into reverse. Once we adjusted the pedal correctly in engaged very nicely.
If the dealership has been adjusting the pedal, I wonder if it is possible that they didn't properly tighten the adjustment bolt and the adjustment slowly got out of whack. It still can't see how the clutch disk wore away so fast.