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stage 3 clutch

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by JDMB18C, May 31, 2007.

  1. JDMB18C

    JDMB18C New Member

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    would a stage 3 clutch be ok for daily driving and track? in a B18C
     
  2. Snapdilly

    Snapdilly Bumblebeetuna

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    I use the Exedy stage two in my car and it rocks. I haven't used a stage three, but I can tell you that the one I use is fine for both track and road use. I would get a stage two, unless your getting a deal or sumthin. Very tight, and takes a beatin.
    Just me
     
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    It's pretty much dependent on what mods you have and how hard you tend to drive. Thats my opinion. I have an ACT stage 1 clutch in my civic and its pretty nice. I'm a person who tends to drive a bit hard and I know it handles what I do so I'd say the stage 1 or 2 would be good if its not heavily modded. -Gary
     
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    My Bad. I thought stage 1 and 2 were for both modded, and harsh people ;) hahah. I know my stage 1 came with the car and I'm harsh on it and its working good :-D -Gary
     
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    ok thanks guys.. yea it said that it was for street and track use but i just wanted to get ppls opinion on it.. I ordered a stage 3 XTD clutch
     
  6. integraslut78

    integraslut78 Stylus DJ Extraordinaire

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    I hope it's not your daily driver you are going to hate it oh and if you are in rush hour traffic.....
    Enjoy :)
     
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    lol i will
     
  8. erebunicrx

    erebunicrx my name is Dale

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    funny i have a stg 4 unsprung and have no problem with it on the street.. i guess its hard to say if you never drove with it before.
     
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    erebunicrx my name is Dale

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    yeah i have the stg 4 of that one. works great and hold 300hp just fine
     
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    JDMB18C New Member

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    ok awsome makes me feel better about the purchase lol what engine u got yours in?
     
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    Omasta Hungarian Pride

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    Im installing a Stage 3 and 7lbs FLywheel next week, the cost difference is marginal, as i Live in australia the biggest difference is the Shipping... i recently burnt out my Thurst bearing, so i may as well replace it all while im under there... and stage 1-2-3 Why would i want to replace a stock with a stage 1 if at a later date im gonna change it again... *laziness lol*
     
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    Omasta Hungarian Pride

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    haha :p u always need more than you really need... think of "food" lol... it just saves time and a higher rated clutch doesnt cause any issue

    the way my gf grinds my tranny i need a stage 4 lol
     
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