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Competition Clutch K-Series Stage 2 Clutch Kit

Part Number: 8037-2100

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 16 customer reviews
Price: $486.75
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Description

This assembly provides approximately 80% increase in torque capacity and is properly suited for aggressive street use and moderate track use. The Carbon Kevlar material with its alloy backing matched to a performance pressure plate will provide smooth engagement and extended life. 500 mile break-in highly recommended with this set-up.

Pressure Plate rating: 1700lb clamp load

Clutch kit includes pressure plate, disc, throwout bearing, alignment tool, and pilot bushing.

Specifications

Brand: Competition Clutch
Part Number: 8037-2100
Clutch Stage: Stage 2

Customer Reviews

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5.0 out of 5.0 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Very Grabby

By Black Sheep on 6/2/2017

This clutch is extremely grabby for what it is, and took some getting used to. Once the break in period is over, it becomes a lot softer on the pedal, and becomes almost like a stock clutch with a ton of bite. It's not too bad, but can get a little annoying in traffic. I have it on a stock engine with a 2-800-ST lightweight flywheel (also Competition Clutch), and it makes my k24 rev up and down just as fast as a k20. Shifts are very quick and don't take much effort once you get past the shift from first to second gear.


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Great clutch so far

By Roland Dahl on 7/15/2016

Just finished breaking in the thing and it grabs hard. Pedal is stiffer than OEM as expected, but not too stiff. Pretty easy to get used to and is still great for daily driving, paired with the OEM flywheel.


5.0 out of 5.0 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Wow!!!!

By Rajneel Kumar on 3/14/2016

Went from OEM to Stage 2 and light flywheel combo ill never go back feels more aggressive just wants you to unleash the VTEC , the only hard part was the break in procedure 500 miles of city stop and go constantly using clutch to wear it in evenly after that you can hoon lol... would not recommend for those who live on hill or steep incline areas clutch starts to smell if you ride clutch as you go up hills and light flywheel wont help out also makes rpm drop faster will stall out or burn clutch not sure how it is on stock flywheel


5.0 out of 5.0 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

Excellent upgrade

By projectcarstories on 10/26/2015

Massive improvement over oem. Even if your engine is stock, I would still recommend upgrading to this. Broke in with no issues and now has just under 4,000 miles on it without any trouble. Grabs much harder than oem which can be a tad annoying driving in the city if you're not used to an aggressive clutch. Nothing against it though, I would certainly buy it again.


5.0 out of 5.0 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

This clutch does not like heat.

By Vincent on 11/30/2011

If daily driving is your goal, this clutch is the wrong pick. It doesn't like heat. I mean even very little amount of heat. Stop and go traffic, the clutch will slip after a few blocks. Starting car uphill, especially if you have to go slow like entering a garage, this clutch will smell and slip (a year after break in, totally broken in miles). If you live in San Francisco like me, STAY WAY FROM THIS ITEM. I have not taken this to the track yet, but based on how bad it handles after it heats up, there is no way it can survive the tracks. I don't like it.


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