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Help choosing clutch - ~220whp/200wtq

Discussion in 'Civic and del Sol - EG and EK' started by 8wrench, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. 8wrench

    8wrench New Member

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    I'm building my Z6 for boost next summer, goin for about 220 to the wheels, with around 200 wtq. My stock clutch is going to die any day now, and I've been phoning around getting advice from different companies about what the best option is (this is a daily driver, and will be driven all year round). If anyone has any input, advice, or even personal experience, hollar and let me know what you went with and how it turned out. Also, flywheel resurfaced, or get a new one? Here are my options so far:



    Competition Stage 3

    Part Number 8022-2300

    Description PERFORMANCE CLUTCH KIT Stage 3 - Segmented Kevlar

    Unit of Measure EA

    4Cyl Engine D16 Appl 1.6L EXCEPT 99+ SI

    Foot Note Flywheel Available

    Price $425


    Exedy Stage 2

    EXEDY Globalparts Corporation | High Performance and OEM Clutches and Flywheels

    $479.99

    ACT

    HC5-HDSS

    Honda Civic (HD/Street)

    $462.68

    Spec Stage 3

    PN# SN223
    TQ CPCTY 299 ft/lbs
    $314
    http://www.lmperformance.com/images/parts/SPEC207.jpg
     
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  2. George777

    George777 ^^ Likes Bewbies

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    I had a Fidanza flywheel and a Zoom clutch kit, and I was quite pleased. Cost me about $500 through Summit...
     
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    V8eater/GSR New Member

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    I have the competition stage 3 in my ride and i love it reliable never slips good clutch worth every penny with the ACT lightwieght Fly wheel works well with eachother
     
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    8wrench New Member

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    Are you running a b18c5, and what kind of power are you making? How much does your fw weigh?

    Same questions, what power are you puttin down and how many lbs is your fw? Another thing, did it make it more difficult to drive around the city?
     
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    George777 ^^ Likes Bewbies

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    I wasn't running anything special. Nothing by the power you are looking to get.

    The FW was 8.5lbs. As for city driving, it was a little touchy, but not anything you would curse at yourself for.
     
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    Added info from Spec. Why are they so much cheaper? Is Spec as good as other brands?

    EDIT: can a mod move this into the engine building forum?
     
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