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Right now my clutch is going and i have around 300-400 dollars for a clutch. I am basic bolt on right now i/t/e. But am going 75 dry shot very soon, so I figure i should buy a mild performance clutch.

The two I am looking at are Exedy Organic = 254$
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Clutchmasters FX100 stage 1 = 395$

Anybody have any reviews on either, and is the Clutchmaster really worth the extra 100 or so dollars?
 

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depends on several things:

max. torque

how fast you want to actuate the disc onto the FW

heat generated with the above 2 dictates disc material to choose

pedal effort

wear rate acceptable

marcel step with FW

we've covered both of those clutches in here and in Gen 3 forum a ridiculous number of times already.

there's not much difference since the PP pressure is similar. the disc material has no advantages one way or the other. they're both sprung discs. they both use stock throw out bearings. they both make their own Flywheels. Exedy is the Japanese OEM clutch maker too if that sort of thing impresses you. CM is US made.

I suggest you choose the advanced search and narrow it down to this forum & the Gen 3 forum.

there's a 10 page flywheel thread in MD Tech that also covers discs as well.

we have an clutch tech: "what you should know when you choose a clutch?" directly by the President of ACT himself in this forum entitled ACT Clutch Tech.

have you searched?
 
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