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Hey guys...I am new to the board, and I am sure that this topic has been covered before, but I didnt have any luck trying to search for an answer, so I am just going to ask. I recently purchased a 94 TT with a slipping clutch for a pretty good price. I was wondering which clutch I should go with for my car. I dont plan on drag racing the car much if at all. Most of the racing I get into is occasional light to light races and interstate type stuff. I am planning on going BPU with my car and maybe even adding a FMIC and cam gears to the car, but that will basically be all I do to the engine. I would like to run around 18-22 psi daily which shouldnt be too hard with the car. Would it be smart for me to go with the RPS stage 2 setup, or would you guys recommend something else? Any help would be appreciated cause I dont have all the money in the world and would like to get a good clutch the first time that will hold up to what I want to do to my car.
 
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Thanks man. I am definitely going to replace the flywheel. I dont want to try to resurface the one that is in there. I need to get a clutch ASAP cause the one that is there has completely burned. I think I am going to go ahead and put a Fluidyne radiator in the car also since it gets so freakin hot here in Memphis in the summer.
 
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ANdi, why do you recommend stock flywheel over light-weight flywheel? I thought you loved LW FW?
 

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Zerosoul said:
ANdi, why do you recommend stock flywheel over light-weight flywheel? I thought you loved LW FW?
For a BPU car, the setup I recommended for him is the most stock-like setup available. i.e. no chatter, no rattle.

I got tired of the lightweight flywheel rattle.

Andi
 
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