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Spoon for Clutch and Fly?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by eml1618, Oct 9, 2003.

  1. eml1618

    eml1618 Member

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    I have an OBD2 B16A2 in my '97 EK. My buddy got a Spoon flywheel and street clutch kit for his B16 and he sold the car before he got a chance to put it in (I'm getting this stuff cheap). How does the Spoon stuff compare to Exedy, ACT, Clutchmasters, etc...Thanks guys...
     
  2. JDMilan

    JDMilan Senior Member

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    it's a good clutch but if you were deciding to buy it then I would suggest something else due to spoons overpricing of their items.

    But since you have it I would put it in, the flywhee is made of chrome-moly which is nice.
     
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    SleEPeR_CRX Senior Member

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    if u can get it for cheap its well worth it, normally they are to damn expensive to buy, but if u get em for a good price jump all over it.
     
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    That's what i thought, just needed the reassurance i'm getting the best "bang" for my buck :p . Thanks guys...
     
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