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Here is my lsd dragger clutch in my boost ej8 after about 1000-1500 miles or so. I took off my tranny out to replace it and decide to take a peek at the clutch and this is what I found. I'm not sure if it's still good to run it or not so I'm asking you guys for suggestion. Run it or replace it?

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use a feeler guage cant tell by the pics kinda blurry
 

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haha looks like mine that i just put in! :bigok: have had it for 4 yrs of intermittent use.
 

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ive seen worse work! buddy of mine had peices misson off the disk.
then it finally let go completely. peices were melted into the PP and flywheel.
 

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^Dropping the tranny is no biggy. I'll just run it for now. If it fail then I'll just grab an Action clutch.
 

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looks fine to me, they gonna have glaze on them period if you are slippin off the line like should.
 

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I know where you can find an almost brand new Action for cheap ;)
look at this guy pluggin his forsale in the thread hahahaha
ya ryan!
 

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:pinch: you better have not put in some shit like that in the sedan. i shall never drink with you again!:nono:
hell yes i did, though your partially right. i would never put a sprung disc in! :beer:
 

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It looks like you used slicks, aren't you ? If you want to use it back, clean it with a sandpaper, if you worried a bit about that, take the pressure plate and flywheel to the engine machine shop and ask for a clean cut on both parts, and drive it gently after for few hundreds miles.

Good luck !
 
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