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Stage 2 clutch

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by Rice, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. Rice
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    So I know this has probably been asked a thousand times, but can a new standard clutch really cope with stage 2? Or do I need to upgrade? Seen this clutch on eBay which looks tempting...

    http://bit.ly/19ZcuvY

    anyone had any experience with them?

    Thanks
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  3. Rice
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    Oh and I use the car probably once or twice a week for a nice drive out, some fast road driving when I can. Would like to start doing a few track days at some point when the car is up to scratch too.
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    Thats a spring loaded clutch.
    I had major problems with cg motorsport.
    They messed me about big time when they made a clutch for my smf conversion.
    It did not fit and i sent the specs.
    To be fair though they did send me a carbon kevlar clutch with copper inserts, to make up for messing me about.
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    I would personally see badger 5 for a clutch, if i did it again
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    I thought all clutches were spring loaded? Or am I missing something lol.

    I supposed they did have to make you one, less likely to be issues this as its standard fit I suppose.

    Just messaged b5 :).

    ta
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