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This is a discussion on Clutch within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I was wondering what kind of clutch I need get mine is going out i want one too last Sent ...

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    I was wondering what kind of clutch I need get mine is going out i want one too last


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    Depends on your mods.. if your car is stock or mostly stock, then a stock replacement clutch is what you're looking for.

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    It be mod slightly any ideas on clutch dont want nother clutch in for while coast too much keep putting one in


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    Exedy OEM style clutch. No reason to pay more for it or mess around with anything else. That will be fine upwards of stage 2 power levels.
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    Do they last a while labor is way up there too replace it


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    What exactly do you plan on doing to your car powerwise? How solid are those plans?
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    Later on bigger turbo and intercooler


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    Quote Originally Posted by Z31_2011
    Later on bigger turbo and intercooler
    Clutches are rated based on torque, so your answer is too vague to give any kind of reasonable advice.
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    Hp I like too reach 400 so torque be higher


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    Quote Originally Posted by Z31_2011 View Post
    It be mod slightly
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    Hp I like too reach 400 so torque be higher


    You say mod slightly.. then you say 400 torque. 400 torque pretty much means a whole new engine and everything.. are you prepared to invest $10k+ in mods or not? Decide what you want to do with the car and what your budget is in the first place, then base your clutch purchase off that information.

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    Was looking into stage 2 clutch does it have be wrx or will sti clutch work the car is a wrx impreza


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    Or excedy is both brands about the same


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    Unless you truly plan on going to 400 pound feet of torque in the near future, then you don't want more than an OEM style clutch. The stage 2 clutch is stronger, yes, but the pedal will be very heavy and stiff, and you will lose much of you daily driving comfort...Stop and go traffic will be hell. If you plan on going 400 torque in the distant future, then do the clutch along with the other myriad of modifications you will be doing at that point. 400 pound feet of torque will require quite the build. I know it seems like a good idea to get a good upgraded "super" strong clutch, but I have driven on stage 2 clutches and it is not as pleasant as driving on the OEM style clutch. The OEM style clutch should last you plenty long if you don't drop it all the time and also assuming you can drive a manual fine.

    And you would want the WRX specific clutch.

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    Ok just wondering bc the mech going do it it takes 10hrs of labor too put it in so why it's out the price isn't much different then oem and stage 2 about 100 more or so


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    wut?
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