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2011-04-30 18:09:08
well the better quality clutches i imagine withstand abuse more than other clutch companies that arent up to par on the quality, which results in the springs flying out clutches shattering....ive heard of flywheels exploding in the honda scene too crazy shit
2011-05-01 14:45:55
Originally Posted by Will
I seem to remember many negative posts about spec clutches, but have no personal experience

from the research ive done, unfortunately with little sr20 related results, that seems to be what i have concluded as well. with most of the people that actually like the clutch, they seem to still have many complaints as well. these results range from 5.0 mustangs to srt-4's. i dont think i will choose this clutch.

sigh, i just wanna boost and drive my car. i want to choose the right clutch for my application, that i will be happpy with, and will keep me from doing a clutch in a few more years. money and time aint free!
2011-05-01 15:00:34
the majority of opinion in this thread weighs towards the fx300-400. i'll have to research this southbend clutch. i faintly remember reading good things about it in the past. im narrowing my search, THANX GUYS!!!
2011-05-01 15:25:07
I dont mean to thread jack but does anyone know where I can buy a clutchmasters disk? I can only find the full kit and I dont need the pp because I have a jwt one already.
2011-05-01 16:11:55
well i just prefer to go with a tried and true company, ive ran CM in ALL my setups, from civic si's, to crx, to d16,b16 turbo, and sentras. to me its just a tried and true brand.
2011-05-10 20:58:55
SouthBend FTmfW
Originally Posted by TheRealNighthog
The other brand I had really good luck with was South Bend. They had some of the best customer service Ive encountered.

Originally Posted by unijabnx2000
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