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Old 04-28-2011, 04:43 PM   #1
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99 Rs integra clutch suggestions...

Hi all, got a question for whoevers down to give some advice.

I have a 99 RS turbo'd integra that is currently running on a stock clutch, so im looking to replace it. Ive been searching for a new clutch kit, flywheel and all. Now ive been doing some research on some different brands and continue to stumble upon ACT.

For then next year my car will continue to be my DD. Now i understand that a lot of the stage 3 and above clutches are more for track than street due to harsh engangement. Now my car makes 250 HP on 10 pounds of boost, and has a max torque of 226 ft.lbs at 6100 RPM. Now ive found that the torque capacity on most stage 2 clutches can only hold about 243 ft.lbs.
So here the problem, I will be uprading power as well, should I look for a stage 2 clutch or should I go higher, keep in mind its still a DD for the next year, and how well do higher stage clutches do in traffic due to harsh engagement.

Thanks for your time, answers, and comments,

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Old 04-28-2011, 09:44 PM   #2 Licensed Vendor
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Have you looked at the ACT XT (xtreme) pressure plate with the full face SS or SD discs? They should be pretty streetable and can hold up to 320 ft/lb of torque. Part numbers are AI4-XTSS and AI4-XTSD. I can get these along with Exedy, Fidanza, etc flywheels. PM me if you are interested!

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