Clutch went out what's a good after market clutch to buy ??
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    Clutch went out what's a good after market clutch to buy ??

    Engine is stock just need some suggestions for a good clutch to buy

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    ACT is good as well. How many miles ???? Might want to think about a fly wheel to go with it ....
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    We got you covered! Do you have plans for near future mods? Not a bad idea to plan ahead. I see it happen too much where a customer ends up upgrading the car shortly after and burning an OEM clutch out of the car.
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    I got 131xxx miles and just a couples mods like front inner cooler full exhaust

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    Always hear nothing but good things about Exedy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevinjdm305 View Post
    Engine is stock just need some suggestions for a good clutch to buy
    OEM.

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    It's a 2002 Wrx I'm thinking about getting that exedy clutch kit on eBay for $186 any good ?

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    I also have a 2002 WRX, and my clutch went out on a 300 mile trip to Maine! Not a fun time. After doing a lot of research, I came to the conclusion that an Exedy OEM replacement clutch is the best option. They work with 11 Japanese Manufacturers (obviously including Subaru) to design the clutches to work perfectly with their cars. Here is the link to make it easy for you:

    EXEDY Globalparts Corporation | High Performance and OEM Clutches and Flywheels

    Good luck getting it fixed if you haven't already!

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