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This is a discussion on I need a new clutch! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; My clutch just went out (basically because I beat the crap outta my WRX) at 30,000 mi. Any suggestions on ...

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    I need a new clutch!

    My clutch just went out (basically because I beat the crap outta my WRX) at 30,000 mi. Any suggestions on what might be a good clutch to buy. Or should I just stick with a factory clutch??? Let me know what you guys think

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    Oh and I dont have any mods at this point.

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    you should stick with not beating on your WRX
    luxury is 1.00 BAR+ of boost and the inability for your passenger to touch the dashboard

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    Sach makes nice clutches.....

    but.... I beat my car too, and my clutch is fine, it sounds like to me you slip it too much. I might go with a stock clutch or cheap replacement if your going to junk it every 30k miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Mike
    Sach makes nice clutches.....

    but.... I beat my car too, and my clutch is fine, it sounds like to me you slip it too much. I might go with a stock clutch or cheap replacement if your going to junk it every 30k miles.

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    How else are you susposed to get a smooth ride?

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    well a bit of foot trickery :P

    I slip slightly taking off from a dead stop my reves stay just under 1k till things get rolling. from there on out there is no slipping at all... clutch all the way in, shift, clutch out at the same time the gas is going down as if my feet were connected by strings.

    if you slip a perfomance clutch much at all you'll chew it up in a week.

    all I have ever owned is a stick though.

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    www.specclutch.com

    Stage 1 supposedly good to 410 lb-ft
    www.clutchdepot.com to buy it

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    Quote Originally Posted by tan
    www.specclutch.com

    Stage 1 supposedly good to 410 lb-ft
    www.clutchdepot.com to buy it
    i second you on spec clutch. Awsome and cheap clutches.
    Quote Originally Posted by Trainrex
    Nah, it was Colonel Mustard, using teh shockAr in teh bedroom.

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