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SmurfedOutCivic said:
pull it apart and see....personally if it was me I would say replace it all but not necessarily neccessary :)
reduce the size of ur sig. :rolleyes thank you


as for the clutch thing...just replace it while ur in there..dont be cheap on a couple bucks and have another part go out later on. do the clutch disc pressure plate, and both bearings. u dont wanna do it twice
 

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asianpride559 said:
do the clutch disc pressure plate, and both bearings. u dont wanna do it twice
yep, do it right the first time and save in the long run.
 

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so what brands do u guys recommend? probably no more than stage 2. time to bust the helms manual and get down and dirty yo :fear . how long did it take u guys to complete the install?
 

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MAXboost said:
so what brands do u guys recommend? probably no more than stage 2. time to bust the helms manual and get down and dirty yo :fear . how long did it take u guys to complete the install?
ummm ACT stage 2 is that the one right after stock? i think so. about 4 hours.
 

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inmycivicex said:
i have a question, do the stages i.e.(stage 2) drive differently than stock, are they more durable, last longer?
As long as you don't get a pucked (sp?) clutch, I don't think there is a big difference other than how much power they can hold.

I could be wrong tho... I've never had an aftermarket clutch in my car. I'm going off what I've seen in my friends cars. I've driven a B16 with a stage 2, not sure what brand, but it felt pretty good. It just held MUCH better than stock.
 

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is it a difficult install?
 

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inmycivicex said:
i have a question, do the stages i.e.(stage 2) drive differently than stock, are they more durable, last longer?
they are suppose to be able to handle more power and more performance.

stay away from the puck disc which are cheaper but way too harsh for low hp cars
 
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