This is a discussion on Clutch within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by Mikie13 wut? I think I can interpret this...What he is saying is that if he is going ...
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Yeah.. at stock power levels there is no advantage to installing a stage two clutch, and the disadvantage of the clutch being rougher and more difficult to drive with.
Having recently driven a stage 2 clutched STi (is that a word... "clutched"?), there is NO WAY I'd want to drive that car in stop and go traffic.
Perhaps the Stage 1 clutch, or just stick to the OEM one for a bit. I'm at 300/350 for a daily driver, and my clutch seems to be holding up fine for now, although I expect it to go around 50,000 miles +/-. A lot has to do with how you drive.
2013 DGM WRX - Perrin CAI | PW TMIC | Forge BPV | Cobb DP | SPT Exhaust | GS EBCS | DW 65C Pump | Perrin ELH & Uppipe | NGK One-Step Colder | Bren ProTune
Best Time (on 4.21.13): 12.26 sec @ 113 mph