I purchased the CenterForce Dual Frition kit for my 98 Tiburon. I'm pretty shure that i'ts a good buy. (375$ for the whole kit) But just in case, which brand kits are good to buy for their rep. and quality?:hmmm:
of what i heard the dual frictions are supposed to make the car pretty torquey. cause my friend had it in his civic and that thing pulled everytime you shifted gears, i meanto feel torque from a civic it's got to be even better in a tib.
Wohooo Cool! the only thing(s) that I need to buy now is the throwout bearing and both hydralic clutch pumps! Ouch! Possibly not this friday but next friday I will install it. Torque from a Civic??? So then in a Tib. it will probably fell like a V8...hehe
think about it, tibs are pretty torquey already, so with a good clutch it'll be pretty killer. let me know how it works out i'm looking to buy a clutch this spring. i need one that graps good. as of now i have the excede
Well I know that the Clutchmasters works awesome! My brother has a silver RD 01' and the clutchmasters brand. Let me tell ya that when he had the stock clutch as I still have we raced and he was faster than me by almost a car length. When he installed the new clutch...BOOM! Simply awesome! 3 car lengths and still going! But let me refresh your thoughts, he brought a stage 3 or 4 I don't remember now but hey...a stage 3 kit???Hmmm... uzzled:
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