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This is a discussion on new clutch within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; i need a new clutch for my sti for the ones that has got their clutch changed how much does ...

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    new clutch

    i need a new clutch for my sti for the ones that has got their clutch changed how much does it cost for the clutch and labor at a shop. im lookin for a clutch that is better than stock but nothing to serious thanks

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    around 4 to 6 hundred for the install
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    how much for a decent clutch?

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    another 4 to 6 hundred dollars... i kinda like act clutches http://www.jscspeed.com/wrx/clutch/a...clutch_sti.htm

    tilton clutches are sweet but cost alot more
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    Army Ranger For Life ! Thin Blue Line
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    I've heard that the average STi clutch only lasts 25k. I've noticed the deterioration and would expect the same from my car based on how hard i drive. I've also heard rumors that there are bulletproof clutches out there that will let me drop it pretty often for 60k miles. Ever heard of any?

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    never heard of that kind of clutch but if 25k is how long is suppose to last then ur resource are pretty good because i have 25k as of rite now but if i keep drivin on it is it bAD?

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    is it true that u could hurt your car if u keep driving it even though u need to change the clutch. someone told me it could damamge the tranny.true?

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    While it is certainly possible to harm other parts when something's broken b/c of floating metal chips. The most likely scenario is that you won't be able to get acceleration b/c you've worn down 1st & 2nd. Clutches are intended to be the weakest link and are designed to break down before you damage the transmission.

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