SPEC Clutch Proprietary Clutch + Single Mass Flywheel Combos are now available to order!

  1. BoostedDreams

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    Hmm two step AND spec recommended that I take it out. PRL says so as well and has the write up. I’m going to try what the manufacturer of the clutch said first.
    So do you just buy the part and said it to this guy and he modifies it and sends it back ?
     
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    They told me the same thing, that's why I did it. Now, I don't know what conditions the car Eman used to show the damage was driven in. So far, I feel ZERO jolts, shocks, lugging, etc. when releasing the clutch like normal without the CDV. It's been super smooth. What I do know is; I've grinded gears twice by shifting faster than the CDV could handle. That alone was enough for me to say "OK, let's remove it and see how it goes".
     
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    you guys went with Stage Three? Not Three Plus?
    Anyone go for Stage 4? Curious why it's less expensive...maybe it's a shorter lifespan???
     
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    I have 2+
     
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    Went for 3, not 3+. I don't see myself hitting those torque numbers anytime soon. So I opted to save like $300.
     
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    I read the “+” makes it more streetable as well. Also the 3+ is the longest lasting one
     
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    Yeah, I just went based on max torque specs when deciding. I will agree the Stage 3 takes a toll on your leg in traffic and may not be as streetable as people like. But I'm used to that from my previous daily.
     
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    Nice ! My 2+ at first was quite stiff and grabby, now 2000 miles later the pedal is only slightly stiffer than stock and engagement has improved a ton
     
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    Yeah, that's what I'm hoping for right now. The best way I can describe it is;

    It's as stiff and grabby as a priest alone with an altar boy.
     
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    I have the 3+ with the steel fly wheel and after the breakin period the pedal is almost as soft as stock. It does grab a tad bit aggressive in 1st compared to stock but its expected.
     
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    What flywheel is spec using? I can't find it anywhere. Not even on their website.
     
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    Hi Brian,

    To answer your question here (and from your email this morning), SPEC makes the flywheels. We are indeed the only seller of this product, as we partnered with SPEC during the initial R&D. It is not listed on their website, and the clutches you see listed on their site for the 1.5T are not the same clutches they use with the "Proprietary Design" flywheel.

    If you have any questions regarding the products I'd be happy to answer them.

    We are preparing to install a built engine into our Si and are actually going to try out the 2+ this time. I am confident it will hold the power and it should be even smoother on the street than the 3+.
     
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    Very nice! Thank you for answering
     
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    a built motor with a 2+?
    I can't wait to see this experiment :spaz:
     
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    Gave up on blowing up the Stock Block? :thumbsup:
     
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