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    HEAVY DUTY OR organic stage 1 clutch

    I have an 2009 wrx sedan. I need a clutch and was wondering what everybody recommends for me to get????

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    What are your mods, and how much power is your car producing? You choose clutch based on wtq.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MainFrame View Post
    What are your mods, and how much power is your car producing? You choose clutch based on wtq.
    intake, turboback.cobb stage 2 access port

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    Quote Originally Posted by dacrewlilkev View Post
    intake, turboback.cobb stage 2 access port
    OEM clutch.

    What is wrong with your current clutch?
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    the release bearing is starting the make noise now and a couple of my suby friends have replaced theirs at like 25k miles. Im at 43k now. also what is a recommended clutch that most people like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dacrewlilkev View Post
    the release bearing is starting the make noise now and a couple of my suby friends have replaced theirs at like 25k miles. Im at 43k now. also what is a recommended clutch that most people like?
    I would go with the OEM replacement.

    Your 5MT is not a stunning example of strength. A stiff clutch may make short order of it.

    If your clutch goes at 43k I would expect it would be covered by warranty. I'm 107k miles deep on my clutch, spent some miles >300whp and it's yet to slip. I'm not sure what you're friends are doing to fry clutches at 25k, but it's likely not responsible behavior.
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    OEM clutch.. although if you're having problems with the throw out bearing, I would just replace that.. a lot cheaper than a whole clutch kit.

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