Group Buy - SPEC Clutch Kits for the 2016+ Civic

  1. Two Step Performance

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    SPEC clutch kits are now available for the 2016+ Honda Civic! They are compatible with both Si and non-Si 1.5T Civics.

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    With torque holding capacities from 236 - 449 ft lbs, SPEC has the right option for each application.

    If interested, please PM us for special group buy pricing. :thumbsup:
     
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    Any word on a lightweight single mass flywheel from SPEC? I was going to pull the trigger on a Group Buy for a Clutchmasters FX350 & Single Mass flywheel, but there's a lot of poor feedback on the FX350 and only one member that I'm aware of with their single mass flywheel.
     
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    We actually are scheduled to visit the SPEC shop on next week for an install of their SMF and a clutch kit while they do further R&D on the vehicle for future product offerings. We will be sure to update everyone afterwards. :thumbsup:
     
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    How much for the 3+
     
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    PM'd, thanks!
     
  7. jakabony

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    Can’t say I know much about this brand. How do they compare to Clutchmaster, Exedy, etc?
     
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    Ditto!! This is the one I want, too. Perfect clutch for this car, on paper at least. This matches my goals exactly.
     
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    They don't do as much OEM stuff as eXedy, if that matters. I think it is at least as nicely built as CM. Maybe even ACT. Not as nice as, say, an OS Giken or something exotic and pricey. IMHO
     
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    Anyone have the stage 3+ on stock DMF that can give feedback?
     
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    I wish that Exedy would just release their Tyoe R configuration for the SI. I wonder if their clutch uses bigger springs to negate the gear lash noise from their single mass flywheel. Some Google research seems to indicate that it's the only way to avoid the noise
     
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    I think it’s more about the weight of the flywheel than anything. A heavier SMF should be fine, and you can still save a fair bit of weight off the OEM dual mass.
     
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    Do they make a heavier SMF? I’ve only seen aluminum
     
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