EXEDY CLUTCH Torque ratings not great.

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It's almost the same engine as the B7 (slightly weaker rods). L15BA, same as in your sport models there I think. Mine is making 235hp (to the engine, not to the wheels) and 386Nm of torque .
have a few mods though. The rest will come in the next months.
Well with the tsp stage 1 non si map you don’t make that amount of torque. Also adding extra parts doesn’t add too much too. All I know tsp stage 1 non si makes around 258tq. Our sport models have to be tuned down in terms of torque to keep the rods in place lol. Most the times I see torque limited to around 250wtq and making around 300whp on W1 turbo, fbo on E35 for a Non Si



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Well with the tsp stage 1 non si map you don’t make that amount of torque. Also adding extra parts doesn’t add too much too. All I know tsp stage 1 non si makes around 258tq. Our sport models have to be tuned down in terms of torque to keep the rods in place lol. Most the times I see torque limited to around 250wtq and making around 300whp on W1 turbo, fbo on E35 for a Non Si

He's saying the hp and torque at the crank , you're talking about at the wheels. 386nm at the crank is aprox 242ft/lbs at the wheels .;)
@David228cx Do you have a dyno chart ?
 

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Unless I hear otherwise based on some bad reviews, I'm planning to install the Exedy stage 1 clutch w/ the DMF. I don't have any plans to go beyond stage 1 maps. I have a bit of clutch slip in the cold months, but with warmer weather this spring I haven't noticed any slippage.
 

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He's saying the hp and torque at the crank , you're talking about at the wheels. 386nm at the crank is aprox 242ft/lbs at the wheels .;)
@David228cx Do you have a dyno chart ?
Lol so he ain't making the same as me then. I am making around 280ft/lbs
 

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He's saying the hp and torque at the crank , you're talking about at the wheels. 386nm at the crank is aprox 242ft/lbs at the wheels .;)
@David228cx Do you have a dyno chart ?
Yeah. As I mentioned, at the crank.

If... The torque isn't that much higher perhaps the stage 1 could hold the 27won extra power?

I'm not sure about the clutch combination yet.
SMF + stage 2 exedy or..
DMF + Stage 1 exedy.

What do you guys think?

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I'm getting that much torque on stock DMF + Stock clutch on TSP Stage 1.... 386Nm. I thought you'd get more torque with the turbo...
I have taken good care of the clutch, so it doesn't slip yet, but it's on the limit.

Is your car a CVT?

Interesting...
So we ain't making the same amount of torque since I am at 279ft/lbs and you should be around 240-250ft/lbs because that's how much your tsp stage 1 tune makes
 

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Yeah. As I mentioned, at the crank.

If... The torque isn't that much higher perhaps the stage 1 could hold the 27won extra power?

I'm not sure about the clutch combination yet.
SMF + stage 2 exedy or..
DMF + Stage 1 exedy.

What do you guys think?

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Which TSP Stage 1 are you running? Si or Non Si?
 

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So we ain't making the same amount of torque since I am at 279ft/lbs and you should be around 240-250ft/lbs because that's how much your tsp stage 1 tune makes
You said that before. There is no point in repeating yourself.

I did the unit conversion thinking at the crank too that's why I got similar figures.
Anyway, get on a real dyno and show some sweet numbers of that baby.

My car is a non-si so I'm running the non-Si one.
 

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You said that before. There is no point in repeating yourself.

I did the unit conversion thinking at the crank too that's why I got similar figures.
Anyway, get on a real dyno and show some sweet numbers of that baby.

My car is a non-si so I'm running the non-Si one.
You’ll still be limited in torque regardless even if you have W1 turbo. All tuners here tune the torque to around 250wtq for non Si’s
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There seems to be a good deal right not at Mapeformance for these. So tempted, but I think I'll get the coilovers first.

Anyone else mounted these on?
 

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There seems to be a good deal right not at Mapeformance for these. So tempted, but I think I'll get the coilovers first.

Anyone else mounted these on?
I believe that's right around the going price. Some places have it a bit higher or lower, but w/ shipping costs it's all around the same.
 

                           

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