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Old 10-31-2017, 12:56 PM   #181
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Would you recommend the puck or organic for a 02 NB with the 10lb flywheel that is street and track driven (track 2-3 times a month)? I'll likely be going boosted in the next 6 months... I currently have a relatively new Exedy KMZ03 with the 10lb flywheel (3000ish miles) and it already started slipping at the track this weekend.

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How much torque? Match the clutch assembly to the torque output of the engine with the information published on our website.

The sprung puck can be driven on the street quite easily. A bit more abrupt engagement than the organic but not terribly so.
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How much torque? Match the clutch assembly to the torque output of the engine with the information published on our website.

The sprung puck can be driven on the street quite easily. A bit more abrupt engagement than the organic but not terribly so.
This was exactly why I ordered the sprung puck. I want it to be able to handle what I plan to do with it in the future, and I'm not opposed to giving up a little in the smoothness of engagement in order for it to handle what I plan to dish out to it. So yeah, did a lot of reading and comparing before I came to that decision.
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Just weighing in on my Supermiata clutch and flywheel, I went with the lightweight 1.6 Organic/hybrid clutch and 8lb aluminum flywheel. It's really responsive and revs so freely, which can also make it tricky for others driving the car around the street for their first time. I also notice the clutch much prefers to be rev matched (duh) on down shifts or a small little blip of the throttle when letting the clutch out wihen slowly moving down a gear on the street, otherwise I'll get a little shudder through the drivetrain. Otherwise clutch pedal is near OEM light.

Car is 1990 with VVT motor and Rotrex making 243hp/193tq. So I'm nearing the torque recommendations for the 1.6 clutch but I've not noticed any slippage or issues, even with autox. Would purchase again!
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