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what are the stages if anyone knows? like what would fall under stage 1 and so on and so on. For the Si of course :)



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Stage 1 typically refers to bolt-on mods that don’t require engine work to, well, work.

Stage 2 typically is talking things that require engine work. A bigger turbo, for instance, or a tune for E85 that requires a flex fuel kit.

Stage 3 is typically race- or track-centric mods that make the car less, or even not, street drivable.
 
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Stage 1 typically refers to bolt-on mods that don’t require engine work to, well, work.

Stage 2 typically is talking things that require engine work. A bigger turbo, for instance, or a tune for E85 that requires a flex fuel kit.

Stage 3 is typically race- or track-centric mods that make the car less, or even not, street drivable.
im full bolt ons with tune of course and getting a clutch upgrade this monday from OEM , after that im either going to go flex or bigger turbo just dont know when because of the clutch only holds up to 364 wtq
 

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im full bolt ons with tune of course and getting a clutch upgrade this monday from OEM , after that im either going to go flex or bigger turbo just dont know when because of the clutch only holds up to 364 wtq
Make sure to break the clutch in real good first. 500 miles minimum.

That clutch(ACT organic?) should be good to hold the torque from a bigger turbo and flex. As with the current turbo options and flex, torque numbers generally range anywhere from 290-305(pump gas) and 310-335(flex fuel). I have seen a few higher but nothing exceeding what that clutch is rated for unless you're using meth injection.
 
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Make sure to break the clutch in real good first. 500 miles minimum.

That clutch(ACT organic?) should be good to hold the torque from a bigger turbo and flex. As with the current turbo options and flex, torque numbers generally range anywhere from 290-305(pump gas) and 310-335(flex fuel). I have seen a few higher but nothing exceeding what that clutch is rated for unless you're using meth injection.
currently breaking my clutch in, just got it yesterday. Sucks taking it slow especially when I was dealing with the OEM one slipping every gear for about a month haha. Yes ACT organic. currently thinking of how this clutch would hold up with E85? DO you know anyone whos done it and what their numbers are looking like?
 

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