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Old 07-02-2006, 01:24 PM
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Opinions on clutch's and turbo goodies

am almost there with my turbo setup and needs, i just want some opinions on some stage 4 clutch's and lightened flywheels.. whats good for the money, i kinda wanna go with a cheaper route than clutch master.. this clutch has to be sprung of course, and i am also debating on stage 3 and stage 4.. i want a max of 400 hp out of my prelude but only in time will that happen.. saily driving status will be 275 and high boost will be 350 hopefully with my first application.. my turbo application is in this section somewhere probably on the 2nd page..

also boost controllers, opinions, simple: i want an electronic greddy, anyone have experience with this? i'd go manual but i hear they are more of a pain in the ass and this is something i shouldn't have to upgrade if i just go with a $300.00 one if i ever do upgrade my kit to something bigger

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Old 07-02-2006, 04:13 PM
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well manual controller are not that much of a pain you route it into the car and place it under the dash so you just reach under and adjust

as for the clutch/flywheel i'd say get the 12 lbs fidanza i ppl will say 9 is better but if you are gonna try for 400hp then it will be harder to slow your car down and the clutch i would say dont cheap out on get the best so you dont have to do this again you should do it right the first time
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Old 07-02-2006, 05:20 PM
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you don't want a flywheel that is going to be too light.....
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yeah so 12 will be your best bet i think the stock flywheel is 21lbs or 19 i cant remember so 12 is a great improvment
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alright, sounds good. any certain type i should get, any options i should really be looking into ?

i was always leaning towards 11 to 12 but tuners up here say otherwise
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n/a cars... 7-9 lbs boosted 12-14 lbs. don't want it too light.
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alright sounds good
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