Ok, first of all, I had an rps 6-puck clutch (w/light flywheel and sprung disc) in my car and it exploded while I was driving a few weeks ago. So I replaced it with an AZ clutch and a new stock flywheel. Two weeks later it stopped working. I kept having to bring the clutch pedal out further and further for it to engage, and finally it stopped engaging completely. Everything sounded/smelled/felt normal otherwise. I figured either it was just out of adjustment somehow, or else one of my cylinders was screwed up. Well I just had the dealership that installed it take a look at it. They said the disc is completely worn down to nothing, almost to the rivots. That's why it wasn't engaging, it was just too thin. The clutch seemed perfect friday afternoon and by friday evening it was completely destroyed, within only a few hours of driving. I can't even imagine what could have happened. All I know is that I just spent 2 grand for a whole new clutch setup that only lasted 2 weeks, and I'm not too happy. I've been very easy on the clutch since I got it; most of the time I was just breaking it in. So WTF happened?? Everyone is saying the clutch disc is obviously at fault, but I don't believe that. There's gotta be something else that's putting way too much pressure on it somehow. I've gone through 5 or 6 clutches so far, mostly in the last year, and I rarely race or turn up the boost. The only clutches that have worked correctly in my car were stock. I would do anything to have an automatic right now.. my 6spd is just nothing but problems.