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Old 18-07-2014, 08:32   #1
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Talking Evo x Clutch and flywheel

Hey people, so it comes that time where the clutch has started slipping its currently on a oem clutch and flywhell and is running 390bhp 360ftlb.

I pretty much drive it like i stole it, whats the best clutch and flywheel to go for in opinions?

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Old 21-07-2014, 19:55   #2
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Old 21-07-2014, 20:50   #3
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Hi bud, mine went last year shortly after getting my X 360.

On the exact same power setup as you.

I was recommended the Helix organic clutch and went for the ACT Streetlite flywheel.

Had been great so far for what I use it for.

Couldn't justify the cost of a twin plate at the time and didn't want the un-driveability of a paddle/puck clutch.
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also... done about 20,000 miles on it, still feels like new.

Mainly motorway miles, but gets thrashed at the weekends, and has had to occasional launch.

Slightly stiffer peddle feel than standard.
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Old 21-07-2014, 20:58   #5
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If abusing or going for power exedy or cusco twin plate, my cusco has been in for 19k miles/5.5 years. I killed my Oe one in 6k miles so it's not a shopping car, I'm a believer in do it right 1st time, ask how many clutches others have had!
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Old 21-07-2014, 20:58   #6
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If you will be sticking under 480ish bhp then I agree with McConnell

Most people on here will tell you to go for a twin plate like an Exeddy or Cusco HD, they also come with a flywheel.
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Old 21-07-2014, 21:11   #7
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in the future IF/WHEN I need a new one I probably will fork out for the Exedy Twin HD
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I'm running this...

Fidanza lightened flywheel with removable friction plate (saves on future labour costs, no need to remove for possible flywheel skimming etc)

And an ACT 6 Puck single plate, rated to 650lbft

http://www.advancedclutch.com/me3-hdg6

It feels very much like stock, a tad heavier on the leg, can take loads of abuse, I love it
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