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Old 03-17-2009
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which kind of clutch to get?

i plan on replacing my clutch soon. i just want some opinions on which one to get. im thinking about a Spec stage 2 kit. i dont need anything extreme, but i plan on adding some aftermarket stuff this summer. i do want something with better torque capacity then OEM, but something at least kind of maybe halfway driveable and wont rape my wallet.
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If you are wheelin, get the Spec 2 for sure. This should help you out some.

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Stay away from Centerforce. It grabs great and all but it hates to be slipped and it chatters like crazy.
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