ACT street clutch slipping....FML.
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This is a discussion on ACT street clutch slipping....FML. within the Transmission & AWD forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So, after having this clutch on my car for only about 2 years or so it's beginning to slip. Apparently ...

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    ACT street clutch slipping....FML.

    So, after having this clutch on my car for only about 2 years or so it's beginning to slip. Apparently according to ACT its rated to about 420 ft/lbs of torque...my car is making 300 ft/lbs at the wheels...I hardly ever drive my car and when I do I don't even drive it hard. The only reason I realized it was slipping was because I was in 4th gear going about 35 and I pressed the pedal to the floor just for some fun and it started to slip....ahh....its always something...
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    Weird.. I'm assuming you replaced the flywheel when you did the clutch?

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    Yeah, I added the ACT streetlite flywheel with it. I figured my trans would break before the clutch started to slip...
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    First Mods...what to do.
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