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Old 01-18-2006, 11:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I found a steal on a SPEC stage 3 6 puck clutch for an awesome price, but my highest plans are some boltons(for a LONG time) then once my suspension is done I will invest in a JRSC, the car will be on boltons for about 2 years mabby more I already have an ACT 12lb flywheel Im wondering if this would be a good combo Ive read around and the clutches seem nice and have close to stock feel.

But I know that the clutch is supposed to be the weakest part in your drivetrain, if I dont have that much power and I launch hard the clutch will hold for shure(6puck) something has to give,

basicly im asking if this stage3 6 puck would be safe to use for about 2 years on a bolton 2000 civic EX
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If you plan on waiting that long, I would just recomend a Street/Strip Sprung Disc. You wont like having to fight w/ clutch all the time, and how aggresive they are when you do shift because they grab immediately.
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this one is a sprung hub...
this is what their site says for the stage 3 level one

Offers sufficient daily drivability with a comfortable pedal feel and quick engagement. Offers good wear characteristics under low and high stress usage.

High clamp pressure plate, 4 or 6 puck carbon semi-metallic friction with high torque sprung hub and disc assembly, bearing and tool kit. 6 puck is standard on most applications, but 4 puck can be specified when ordering.
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stay away from the spec, it MIGHT last 15k miles.

BTW, daily driving will SUCK and the spider gears might exit the tranny casing.

BTW is WAS a 99 EX tranny

Full Face clutch, smooth and your tranny will love you!
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yea, i just got my forms for tax return and I will have enough for the ACT, and I trust transzex. sory man, I was thinking but I really dont want a used one it will wear wrong since its has broken in of your flywheel not mine, sorry man, rep for being cool and sorry you didnt get cash
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