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    My clutch went on the dyno =\

    Ok so with my luck the clutch goes on the dyno they are quoting me 900 on the parts competition stage 2 clutch and 1400 on the job total so my question is I'm seeing this same clutch online for 400 for the whole kit am I missing something here?

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    What mods do you have that they are suggesting a stage 2 clutch?

    Are you mechanically inclined to install it yourself?

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    Your clutch went a long time before you put it on the dyno. There is virtually no load on a dyno.

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    I'm aware of this I have just bought this car though previous dyno is at 400hp 385 tq

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    And no I can't install it myself I'm just trying to figure out if there is a cheaper solution

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    I've saw nothing but negative reviews on the conp stage 2 as well

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    The car has Ppg gears straight cut 1-4 what do you guys think will go best with this setup? I need a quick response please to get my order in

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    act hd clutch is around 6-650 bucks. I have it and its great. im at the same whp too. if you do a flywheel too its around 900 or more total. you should either replace the flywheel or have it resurfaced while your doing the clutch.

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    Don't resurface a flywheel, especially with that kind of power. Buy a new one or you'll end up needing a new flywheel soon and have to pay for a new clutch job again.

    What mods does the car have?
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    I just went with what they suggested I was just really worried about the horror stories I've heard about the pilot bearing going in like 1 to 2k miles. But they've assured me they will stand behind the work and apparently it was the older versions of this cult g that had the issues.

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    20g xtr
    Aps 525 fmic
    Walboro fp
    Apexi tbe
    Ppg gears 1-4
    Aps cai
    Hybrid build
    Crank rods not sure which brand
    Hydra ems

    I'm sure there's alot I'm forgetting

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