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Hi all I need to get a new clutch and flywheel for my EVO 6. IT'S running 340bhp what would you recommend? Want to get better than standard.

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Fit a Flywheel (maybe a lightweight) and a Standard OEM clutch as a pair - designed to fit the VII-IX :smthumbup

Will take up to 400/400 no problem and no down side plus won't break the bank. Feels 'normal' too and keeps the car easy to use for everything.

VII-IX Exedy Silver box clutch
http://www.rosssport.com/Brands/EXE...Clutch-Kit-EVO-7-EVO-8-EVO-9-MBK20-EXEMBK2084

240mm lightweight flywheel:
http://www.rosssport.com/Brands/TTV/TTV-Lightweight-Flywheel-240mm-Evo-7-9-TTV-0560

TTV Lightweight flywheel for Evo 7-9. CNC Machined single piece billet steel flywheel with integral teeth fully dynamically balanced. Made in England, 4.6kg in weight. Can be retro fitted to Evo 4-6 with corresponding clutch kits. Can be used with all popular clutch kits including Exedy, Helix and ACT.

Features:

- CNC Machined single piece billet steel flywheel.
- Integral teeth fully dynamically balanced.
- 4.6kg in weight.
- Made in England.
- Can be used with all popular clutch kits including Exedy, Helix, and ACT.
- 240mm.

FOR EVO MODEL 7-9. CAN BE RETRO FITTED TO EVO 4-6 BUT MUST USE 240MM CLUTCH KIT FOR EVO 7-9.

You are looking at about £700 fitted in total by a local specialist.

You could go for somewhere like a kit for an ACT Street light clutch and fly but that will cost you £700 just parts. I'd stick for OEM VII-IX set up at the power you are on.
 

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OK mate thanks for that there is so many to choose from out there.

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OK mate thanks for that there is so many to choose from out there.

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Yes and you will have lots of traders trying to sell you 'upgrades' all you need on that power is a standard set up suitable for a VII-IX as it's one reason why :mitsi: could produce the FQ-300+ cars in the UK. It can take up to 400 safely. win win for the same cost as an OEM VI set up. Mine is running just over 300 and I have the VII-IX set up I described. The lightweight fly does (very slightly) improve the acceleration but you need to give it slightly more throttle when you pull away I find. Once you are on the move makes no odds in my opinion. I went from a standard VI set up that I only 'upgraded' because the gearbox was already out at the time. :handsup:Saved on the labour.
 

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As six shooter said people are quick to go for a upgraded clutch when the standard setup is perfectly adequate, I also run the same e7-9 240mm clutch flywheel exeedy 2084 & lightweight flywheel

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Yep, I have exedy silver box clutch and flywheel for the later evos:smthumbup
I'm running 377bhp. 370 lbs / ft.
 

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Hi guys I got what was recommended all great and Ross sport were fantastic. Now what break and pads should I go for ?

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Hi guys I got what was recommended all great and Ross sport were fantastic. Now what break and pads should I go for ?

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I have performance friction Z rated pads front and rear and have yet to experience any brake fade

Drilled disks front and rear 2 piece fronts mintex fluid

Not used on track as yet but have had some good spirited drives 😁

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