Just purchased an XTD Stage 4 un-sprung clutch today after my ACT 2600 shit the bed while getting tuned. I mad 352whp so we will see how this thing hold up. If you tell XTD you do not want the TOB they will deduct 20$ off the purchase. I went out and bought an OEM TOB from Extreme PSI for 32$. I will be installing it in a couple weeks so, I will let you guys know how it hold up.
I've been running an XTD clutch in my car for about 5k miles with no issues. Ive been to the track a few times with it also. Best time so far is a 12.0 @ 123mph. I am guessing around the ~500hp area as far as power goes but I have never dyno'd the car. I bought a new turbo and guessing this will be the first things to fail once the boost gets turned up. I'll update this thread and let everyone know.
I forgot to mention I am not sure what "stage" this kit was. It has the red pressure plate and 6 puck sprung disc.
So today I got the XTD Stage 4 unsprung clutch installed and the pedal feel is amazing! I'm sort of doubting how much power this thing can hold because of how stock the clutch feels. I will check in later when the break in period is over so I can let it rip a few times
Good, now go look for some stop and go traffic, lots of it.
Yup, that is what Ill be doing. I really want this clutch to last me a while so I will be doing a good break in, 500 miles stop and go should be good. I also just got my Transmission rebuilt at the same time so that needs to get broken in as well.
Alright, so today I hit the 500 miles break in and I let the car rip a few times. This clutch grabs great! This clutch literally feels like it couldn't handle stock power just because how soft the clutch pedal feels but, it definitely holds 353whp with 0 problems. Hopefully it stays that way
Just remember, when you guys are breaking in this clutch to make sure your "500 miles" are stop and go NOT highway. I literally just drove all over the place just to break it in and if I was on a long straight away, I would sometimes come to complete stop just so I could go through the gears again. (obviously only when no cars were around)
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