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Old 03/02/2012, 10:08 PM   #26
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dang im still undecided..
You decide yet? Would love to help you out with this.

ACT or Comp.


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Old 03/03/2012, 09:08 AM   #27
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ACT ftw.. complimented mine with a lightweight flywheel and love it

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Old 03/03/2012, 11:15 PM   #28
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You decide yet? Would love to help you out with this.

ACT or Comp.
Well Jeremy I ended up just going oem exedy. But I was gunna ask you what your opinion was about running a street lite with an oem clutch? Id really like to try a lightweight flywheel but I keep hearing bad stuff from wrx/sti owners about having misfire codes with anything 12 and below. How heavy is the street lite? If its something I can safely do, I'd love to get one ordered from ya. But I don't think I want to tamper with anything lighter that 14 or 15.


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Old 03/13/2012, 08:30 AM   #29
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I ended going with a the stage three master clutch it cost me almost a grand just for the clutch but so far it's really nice. Grabs super hard. I decided against the spt clutch being as it was more expensive and less effective then the master clutch. Sorry to crvtec that I couldn't hook you up.


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Old 03/13/2012, 07:46 PM   #30
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I ended going with a the stage three master clutch it cost me almost a grand just for the clutch but so far it's really nice. Grabs super hard. I decided against the spt clutch being as it was more expensive and less effective then the master clutch. Sorry to crvtec that I couldn't hook you up.
its all good man. i went with oem excedy. feels great. i decided against anything staged..i dont think my trans can take it.


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Old 03/16/2012, 11:01 AM   #31
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its all good man. i went with oem excedy. feels great. i decided against anything staged..i dont think my trans can take it.
good choice. anything above OEM would not do so great with the "glass" tranny we have.


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