What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

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What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by ToomuchBoost » Thu Aug 28, 2014 11:37 am

I was just wondering what kind of set up in terms of clutch kits and flywheels would you for me to buy . i was going to do my 5 speed swap and just drop in a exedy clutch kit with an oe flyhweel . but what would you guys recommend for power levels around 260 -300 hp . thats what im estimating the car to make with the turbo kit im piecing together . thanks

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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by cleantune » Fri Aug 29, 2014 2:19 pm

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Competition clutch white bunny kit.

Full face clutch disk version:
http://www.240sxmotoring.com/competitio ... face-disk/

6-puck sprung center version for a little more hold:
http://www.240sxmotoring.com/competitio ... de-6-puck/

There are other places to pick this up too. As with any new clutch setup (even if the company says its balanced) I still HIGHLY recommend having the balance checked on the flywheel and pressure plate. I had my pressure plate and flywheel checked for balance and they were a bit off, so the machine shop corrected this by removing some material from the flywheel and welding a weight on the pressure plate (details in my build thread on here).

I've had the 6-puck sprung center version of this kit installed for a little over a year and I'm loving it so far! If you have any questions about the kit feel free to ask or pm me.
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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by ToomuchBoost » Thu Sep 04, 2014 7:21 pm

Thanks Man appreciate It . i was going for the whole rb20 flywheel n z33 clutch but that rb flyhweel is impossiable to find

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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by cleantune » Thu Sep 04, 2014 7:53 pm

No prob. Yeah, the Competition white bunny clutch kit is basically the same setup you were looking into, but arguably a whole lot more cost-effective than piecing together the same setup with z33 and rb parts. I'm pretty sure a few others on here are running the same thing.

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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by Bubba » Thu Sep 04, 2014 9:09 pm

I have the full face version sitting at the machine shop with the new engine right now. It will all be balanced before I bring it home and drop it in.

They go for so cheap I wouldn't consider anything else. You get a really nice flywheel and a new clutch for what some manufacturers charge for one or the other alone.
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Post by supakat » Thu Sep 04, 2014 11:00 pm

D21 fw with z32 na clutch here.
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Post by sdaigle240 » Fri Sep 05, 2014 5:13 am

be cool if someone made a sticky of the different combos, their sizes, weights and maybe some ideas on prices. sounds like a job for SHIFT lol
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Post by cleantune » Sat Sep 06, 2014 7:11 pm

sdaigle240 wrote:be cool if someone made a sticky of the different combos, their sizes, weights and maybe some ideas on prices. sounds like a job for SHIFT lol
YEEEEESSSSSS! I second this. A sticky setup like a "quick guide to clutch options"; something that would include:
-the year and model of the parts needed
-modification required (where applicable)
-amount of torque it is good for
-any extra notes on that clutch setup; like wierd scraping for the first few miles, etc.

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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by flip240 » Mon Sep 08, 2014 1:02 pm

cleantune wrote:.
Competition clutch white bunny kit.

Full face clutch disk version:
http://www.240sxmotoring.com/competitio ... face-disk/

6-puck sprung center version for a little more hold:
http://www.240sxmotoring.com/competitio ... de-6-puck/

There are other places to pick this up too. As with any new clutch setup (even if the company says its balanced) I still HIGHLY recommend having the balance checked on the flywheel and pressure plate. I had my pressure plate and flywheel checked for balance and they were a bit off, so the machine shop corrected this by removing some material from the flywheel and welding a weight on the pressure plate (details in my build thread on here).

I've had the 6-puck sprung center version of this kit installed for a little over a year and I'm loving it so far! If you have any questions about the kit feel free to ask or pm me.
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I've been using the 6-puck version for about a year now. It holds 350 whp great with decent drivability. You can still give it some slip, but it is still pretty aggressive. But for a clutch that can hold 500 hp, I'm not complaining.
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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by s13240 » Sun Oct 26, 2014 7:09 am

Ive been using the Competition Clutch 6 puck sprung stage 4 kit and dyno'ed at 320 ft-tq and 318 hp. It holds power great but it is deffinatly a harsh clutch to get used to on the streets.

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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by schmauster920 » Mon Oct 27, 2014 12:14 am

Luk pro gold on D21 flywheel holds at least 350 and has a stock pedal feel. I cheaped out and got an auto store replacement when my luk pro gold went out... it slips badly between hard shifts even at 5psi on my T4 after being broken in.
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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by TrackStarGT » Tue Oct 28, 2014 1:42 pm

ToomuchBoost wrote:Thanks Man appreciate It . i was going for the whole rb20 flywheel n z33 clutch but that rb flyhweel is impossiable to find
just gotta watch ebay man, i picked one up for ~50 bucks, something like that. I have the RB wheel with Comp Clutch RB pressure plate and disc, I LOOOOOOve it. Its smooth and hasnt slipped once on me, rated to 500ft/lbs.
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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by TrackStarGT » Tue Oct 28, 2014 1:46 pm

cleantune wrote:
sdaigle240 wrote:be cool if someone made a sticky of the different combos, their sizes, weights and maybe some ideas on prices. sounds like a job for SHIFT lol
YEEEEESSSSSS! I second this. A sticky setup like a "quick guide to clutch options"; something that would include:
-the year and model of the parts needed
-modification required (where applicable)
-amount of torque it is good for
-any extra notes on that clutch setup; like wierd scraping for the first few miles, etc.

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Re: What clutch kit / flyhweel do you use ?

Post by TrackStarGT » Thu Oct 30, 2014 12:49 am

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