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This is a discussion on Attn. All STi Owners within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; need some quick suggestions! my clutch is going out on my 2006 STi and was wondering what's the best clutch ...

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    Attn. All STi Owners

    need some quick suggestions! my clutch is going out on my 2006 STi and was wondering what's the best clutch to get and why? thanks a millie!

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    what are your mods? if youre stock or close to stock, the OEM clutch is usually recommended

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    i just have a greddy bov, spt exhaust, k&n filter. so not much crazy modification going on just yet. i was recommended a stage 3 clutch aftermarket.. ummmmm help me out here

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    Stage 3? Uuuhh..no. Daily driving would become unbearable. Maybe a stage 1. Both Spec and the upgraded STi clutch will work fine.
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    i don't use it as my daily driver. i probably drive it 1000 a year if that. and do some street racing every now and then.

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    Exedy Twin Disc Carbon race clutch... Personally If I was in your situation I would go with an OEM replacement..Unless of course your thinking of extensive power mods in the future...

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    hahaha i want to preserve the sexiness and mileage on my STi. I want to be in mid-life crisis and still be able to play with the STi... anybody else have any other suggestions?

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