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    clutch slipping

    As the title says guys my clutch has started to slip, although it dont seem to happen all the time at the moment, seems to more noticeable when the car is colder, ill have to give it a proper run when the snow and ice has gone, anyway i think its gonna have to be replaced, not at the minute though that concrete outside is just to cold for my liking, the car only has 45k on it and has a revo map and to be honest it has not had a hard life really, what do you guys suggest? something uprated or standard part? and is it worth doing the flywheel while every thing is out?
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    my clutch started to slip at bout75000. because mine had done that milege i wanted to get the flywheel done aswell. i would suggest doing it myself but one thin in your advantage is that the milege is still quite low.

 

 

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