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Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by honda_boy911, Jan 28, 2008.

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    honda_boy911 New Member

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    i am buying either a b16 or gsr and wondering which clutch to go with? i am debating right now on the centerforce duo, or an excedy clutch. what clutches have you people had that were great??
     
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    excedy ftw
     
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    depends on what power you have, if you have under 220 hp. stage 1 will be fine
     
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    well im aiming for 250 -300 whp
     
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    well go to excedy website and it will tell you hat stage is good for what hp
     
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    cool, so you would say excedy over centerforce
     
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    yes, but thats my opinion. im sure you can find just as many ppl that like center force
     
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    Action Clutch 2KS FTW!!! Dual diaphram heavy duty pressure plate and a full face clutch disc.

    Bisi Moto runs Action Clutch

    They specialize only in Honda/Acura

    They feel WAY better than any of my friends ACT pressure plates. My pedal pops when it engages. Theirs feel like a wet sponge.

    2KS is what I have. It's SUPER streetable. Holds up to 375 or some lbs of torque.
     
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    thanks man i will definatly look into those
     
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    i got an act stage 3 in my d15b...its a beast..either you stall or do a burnout..lol
     
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    id go with exedy..stage 2... done and done
     
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    agreed exedy stage 2 - and why not go ahead and get a lightened flywheel - well worth it IMO instead of having the flywheel resurfaced like you should
     
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    well i dont kno if i want to go with a light flywheel because the motor will be being boosted in the future
     
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    just takes more skill to drive a lightened flywheel. all the benifits are there for daily driving and circuit racing. aka fuel economy and quick shifts. but heavy clutchs rule the drag scene. keep that mass spinning
     
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    yes, if racing it will only be drag. so should i just keep stock flywheel?
     
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