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    CLUTCH SLIPPING

    As above here we go again, clutch started slipping today on motorway on boost, been searching through stikys seems to be quite a diffrence in clutch prices, looking for a clutch that will stand up to 330bhp s3 for a decent price prices so far 1k for uprated clutch fitted, location scotland c entral cheers guys will keep the rest of this for my next rant. cheers Bob.

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    What can the std clutch take?
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    It depends on your driving

    Standard one are very good from what i've seen

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    In same position but just a std remap on mine don`t seem to get many answers on this topic.
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    Standard clutch is generally considered fine for remapped cars up to about 300 torques, mine was fine as standard until a remap whereupon it occassionally slipped, new clutch and flywheel later 1360 lighter and all is happy with the world again
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    Where did you get the clutch and flywheel from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew@A.L.D View Post
    Where did you get the clutch and flywheel from?

    All done by Plymouth Audi, best bit was I was able to get back the cost of the flywheel and the labour from the company that provide the warrantee I bought a week after buying the car, so it only in effect cost me 300.
    1999 Audi S3 Superchips remap, Forge 007p, Phatnoise, Black Diamond Discs & DS2500 pads, N249 Deleted, Badger 5 TIP, Poly dogbone bush, Bilstein B8's and Eibach Springs.

    1986 Audi Coupe Quattro 2.2 restoration project

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    Sounds expensive for the clutch though. Cost me about 500 from an indie. Clutch, slave cylinder and cleaned up flywheel. Happily copes with the remap but wondered how much more they can take. I guess the OP needs a heavier duty one
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