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Old February 17th, 2007, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Clutchmasters Clutch (Stage 1,2,3,4) 6G75 3.8L 6spd

All Clutch Masters systems come complete with:
Pressure Plate
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FX100 Stage 1:

High performance street system
Holding capacity 70% over stock
Heavy-Duty reinforced pressure plate
Hi-Leverage pressure ring design
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Extra long life street system
Holding capacity 70% over stock
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Steel backed Carbon Kevlar friction material



FX300 Stage 3:

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Holding capacity 110% over stock
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Hi-Leverage™ pressure ring design
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Steel backed Segmented Carbon/Kevlar



FX400 Stage 4:

Ultra heavy-duty street &racing system
Holding capacity 170% over stock
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Hey Russ... care to explain the differences between the "trims"? I've had the SPEC Stage III (6-puck) on the 3G and really have not had any issues with it (as opposed to some who say it's too much for the 3G tranny).

For people building up for FI, why should one choose to go with, say, the CM-FX300 vs. the FX400-6 puck?

I'm guessing the 4-puck will be way too harsh for my taste. The 4G is, after all, my daily driver.
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It's pretty self explanatory the differences above.

I've always recommended that you stick with a disc clutch as much as you can until you absolutely have to upgrade to a 6 puck clutch which has a much harsher engagement.
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Well, I've grown accustomed to the 6-puck. I really never considered it much different from stock. A lot of people like to finick about how harsh this one thing is, or how noisy the car becomes, but I never really found anything wrong with the 6-puck setup. In fact, I've grown to like how you need very little clutch pedal engagement to get some grip (a major problem for those without a short shifter )

Then again, I really do drive like a grandpa until I get pissed at someone on the road.
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i need to switch the clutch so i guess i should change the flywheel at the same time huh?
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i need to switch the clutch so i guess i should change the flywheel at the same time huh?
While you are in there, it is a good idea to free up some of that rotational mass on the rotating assembly of the engine
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so if i am only going to go as far as headers for my car, should i stay with the stock clutch until it starts to go out or should i look into purchasing a stage 1? i already have a CAI and cat back on board
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You could probably wait until the stock one starts going. You're not adding a crazy amount of HP that you would need anything higher than stage 1 or 2.
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Like Russ said, it's probably a good idea to do all at once. You don't want to pay the killer labor costs associated with shop transmission work thrice anyway, and generally speaking, unless you really rag on your car, you'll only have to have transmission work done on your car once. If I may say so, I've never had to replace a clutch twice (first being the upgrade), on any car I've ever owned.

But for those who really want to see the most benefit off the transmission, stock or FI alike, I'd consider putting an LSD in - and THAT takes the most "work". This of course depends on the skill of your transmission guy. Why bother taking the transmission down 2 or 3 times when you can live off of the stock clutch for the meantime and save up for all 3 - LSD, clutch/pp, and flywheel - and install at once.

... That is, if you're really concerned about performance.
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clutch and flywheel

I just had an fx400 clutch and fidanza flywheel put in my gt and what a differance it made in acceleration and performance. I can't wait to have it put back on the dyno and see what kinda numbers it will put out. I am very satisfied with it and would reccomend it to any one.
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I would replace the fly/clutch as soon as your able to. Here's why, most people are only going to keep the car for about 3-4 years. Why wait until your current clutch goes bad before you start enjoying the benefits of a performance set up.
If it was just changing to a new clutch of the same type I would say wait but the difference in the clutch and lighter flywheel will be very noticable and need to be enjoyed for a longer period of time...
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Only thing I'll add to that is if you're doing anything transmission you might want to think about doing it ALL at once: clutch/flywheel/LSD. Especially in the case of the clutch and flywheel, anytime a new clutch is dropped and the old flywheel is retained, you will have to have the piece machined, which means more downtime and cost. And in the case of the differential, you have the bell housing off the car anyway, so why not do it all in one fell sweep?

While you're at it, get some good tranny oil, like Redline M/T or BG Synchroshift ... do people still use the Earl Grey.... err... Scott Grey mix?
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i have a 06 gs what type of clutch can i put in my car...
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well i know fidanza and cltch masters make them for our cars. I also heard that bully has a setup for it but ive yet to find it but here is cltch masters for your car.

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hey slip, i didnt really catch i concrete answer to the question you asked. I believe it was what to choose for those building up to FI. i dont see myself self spending the 1600 for stage 5 and above. but stage 4 is no problem, which one will be best for me? and this comes with the lightweight flywheel, from my understanding. so thats 2 birds. now what exactly is pp and LSD, in reference to cars . im not familiar with these terms.

I would like to buy everything needed in this category, building up to FI, and pay one labor fee.

sorry for my ignorance and not catching what was probably answered. thanks for the help.
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hey slip, i didnt really catch i concrete answer to the question you asked. I believe it was what to choose for those building up to FI. i dont see myself self spending the 1600 for stage 5 and above. but stage 4 is no problem, which one will be best for me? and this comes with the lightweight flywheel, from my understanding. so thats 2 birds. now what exactly is pp and LSD, in reference to cars . im not familiar with these terms.

I would like to buy everything needed in this category, building up to FI, and pay one labor fee.

sorry for my ignorance and not catching what was probably answered. thanks for the help.
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My question I have is can I use a clutch master stage 1 clutch with the oem flywheel. Im really hurting for money and this seems like the only real choice I have.
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what about pp? whats pp? push plate?
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