Will do! And I won't worry about the drag thing...i'm doin' that anymore.DeadLock23 on Mar/02/04 said:those tires are great for autox, I used them last season, but I dont think they work well for drag..the side walls are too hard.....
nice choices, let us know how that clutch feels.
Yeah, i'm goin to do it myself. After having paid to have my first clutch installed, i won't again. lol I helped put one in an Si, and between having my own tranny off about 5 times, it's like second nature now! lol I should be doing it this friday, when it's done i'll be sure to report how it goes, and after the break in of it as well.white_rice on Mar/02/04 said:Very nice.
Are you planning on installing the clutch yourself? If so, I just wrote a clutch install article. It should be helpful to ya.
So far, you'll the 1st person I've come in contact with that had problems. The driver is the only on responsible for taking care of the clutch life. So, I wouldn't put the blame on Exedy. I only got about 22k miles or so on my current Exedy. But I run the balls off the car. So I didn't expect much out of it. And, this clutch is going to be used on a turbo'd car. not a "mildly modded" one. But, none-the-less, I'm sorry to hear about your experience. I love the Daiken-Exedy clutches!sickbling on Mar/04/04 said:nice but 299 shipped? i can get all 4 for 300....
I have 4. I just chose to take pics of 2 for reference.
Quote: just be careful in the rain
Quote: I hope the clutch is better for you then it has been for me. I am replacing mine in about 2 months. It's been through just under 20k miles of mild driving.. nothing compared to what i did to the factory clutch.. well its already slipping pretty bad.. the catch point is now around 2k rpms.. I for one will always recommend a factory or type R clutch for someone with mild mods.. glad I found out before doing my swap.
Oh and my 60ft times and 1/8 mile times were slower than with the stock clutch