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Hi,

In a short period of time i'll need to replace my OE clutch.
Since i don't do launchings and i don't intend to go over 360 bhp, i was thinking to fit an organic clutch instead of a paddle or twin clutch.

Given this, what organic clutch do you recommend? AP, Helix, Exedy, etc...

I'm also thinking to fit a lightweight a flywheel, is it a good mod?

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Pedro
 

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Well, this OE one already has almost 100.000 Km (60.000 miles) so it's good, however since i'm changing, i thought it would be better to try something better.

The OE clutch is cheaper than a organic one?

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Well, this OE one already has almost 100.000 Km (60.000 miles) so it's good, however since i'm changing, i thought it would be better to try something better.

The OE clutch is cheaper than a organic one?

Thanks.
my evo is 400bhp 400lbs 10k miles on std clutch and flywheel!
 

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dnot buy an exedy fast road just fiteed one to mine total rubbish juddering high bite really heavy had it a week and it failled i ve had 2 oe clutches no probs using an helix now seems goods exeddy need to sort this issue out seems a bad batch in uk at mo
 

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Well OE clutch seems the way to go...

Do i need to replace the clutch cover and bearing?

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exedy never again there twin plates are brill but the organic are terrible cost me a fortune cos i had to change clutch twice even ruined my fly in few days
 

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What about the clutch cover?
It's absolutely necessary to replace it, is it a good practice or else?

Because it's expensive...
 

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i got about 350 bhp at min and im running rps clutch and very happy with it got a good feel to it and is fine in traffic
Mate whats the pedal pressure like ? Considering one of these as i have a helix paddle atm , which is too light for the engagment imho !!!! I'm after a really heavy pedal as i prefer it that way !

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it a little bit heavy peadle than a std clutch but nothing like a twin plate give rse a call as they got all the details on them and if you look under trader section they got the price and info about them but
 
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