Kind of fucked myself here...need help asap.

Rustlinjimmies

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A big benefit is that you retain a stock-like feel to the clutch w/ little fear of dealing w/ chatter or lockout. Seems like many of these clutch kits are a crapshoot. I debated going w/ the Exedy clutch (since they made the OEM they likely know how to keep their upgraded clutches feeling like stock) w/ the stock DMF, but I'm taking a guess that at this point my flywheel is a bit burnt and would need replaced anyways, so I'll likely go w/ the retrofit setup.
that's the benefit ive heard that the clutch feels like the car never changed which is awesome, love the light clutch not a fan of a heavy clutch feeling
 

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that's the benefit ive heard that the clutch feels like the car never changed which is awesome, love the light clutch not a fan of a heavy clutch feeling
The only thing that I don't like about the stock clutch is that it doesn't have a bite when engaging, there's no feel. The light feel is good though
 

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