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    1. Member shysty's Avatar
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      09-10-2014 01:13 PM #126
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      09-13-2014 01:33 PM #127
      What's the difference between the Kevlar stg 2x and fiber carbon stg 2x? Both are same price and same torque rating

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      09-16-2014 03:02 PM #128
      Between those two listed above, the difference would be longevity.
      Kevlar has a finite life where the fiber carbon would last a bit longer.
      Kevlar is suited to track or strip use, not ideal for daily driving, as stop and go could result in overheating of the disc.
      Kevlar won't recover from overheating, and will slip.

      Carbon doesn't suffer the same fate as Kevlar, but can take more abuse.
      Both will wear the PP and FW faster than organic.

      Choosing the correct friction material should take into account the type of driving that you plan on doing.
      Also take into account your current or future torque level.
      Organic stg 2 would be good for 375 ft/lbs .
      Organic stg 1 would be good for 275 ft/lbs.
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      09-19-2014 11:18 PM #129
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      Between those two listed above, the difference would be longevity.
      Kevlar has a finite life where the fiber carbon would last a bit longer.
      Kevlar is suited to track or strip use, not ideal for daily driving, as stop and go could result in overheating of the disc.
      Kevlar won't recover from overheating, and will slip.

      Carbon doesn't suffer the same fate as Kevlar, but can take more abuse.
      Both will wear the PP and FW faster than organic.

      Choosing the correct friction material should take into account the type of driving that you plan on doing.
      Also take into account your current or future torque level.
      Organic stg 2 would be good for 375 ft/lbs .
      Organic stg 1 would be good for 275 ft/lbs.
      Thank you, you guys are so helpful

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      02-12-2015 11:00 PM #131
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      07-15-2015 07:26 AM #132
      I have a 5 cylinder BGQ engine with a turbo in a corrado 4x4.
      On this engine a use a G60 flywheel.
      I am searching for a clutch that can handle up to 425 ft/lbs but don't want to change the flywheel.
      Also I don't want to push the crankshaft out of the motorblock, had a sachs race enginering clutch and did not like it at all, had the feeling I was training my left leg in a gym.
      The pedal engagement should be about normal, my wife is supposed to be able to drive in the car as well.
      Because of the 4x4 drive train the wheel torque will not be reduced, no wheel spin.

      Is there any cluch for this car with the specs I described?

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      07-21-2015 05:49 PM #133
      Quote Originally Posted by stef 4x4 View Post
      I have a 5 cylinder BGQ engine with a turbo in a corrado 4x4.
      On this engine a use a G60 flywheel.
      I am searching for a clutch that can handle up to 425 ft/lbs but don't want to change the flywheel.
      Also I don't want to push the crankshaft out of the motorblock, had a sachs race enginering clutch and did not like it at all, had the feeling I was training my left leg in a gym.
      The pedal engagement should be about normal, my wife is supposed to be able to drive in the car as well.
      Because of the 4x4 drive train the wheel torque will not be reduced, no wheel spin.

      Is there any cluch for this car with the specs I described?

      Not at your power level without the firm pedal as you described above.

      A stage 2 clutchnet might work for you even though you are beyond the max the mfg is rating these at.
      Here are the specs;
      Clutchnet Heat Treats the OEM Sachs Diaphram for a increase in clamp load.
      Clutchnet also uses A triple strap instead of the two supplied in stock form. Upgrades the size of the rivits.
      Sachs Castings
      Sachs friction surface

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      07-23-2015 01:16 PM #134
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      Not at your power level without the firm pedal as you described above.

      A stage 2 clutchnet might work for you even though you are beyond the max the mfg is rating these at.
      Here are the specs;
      Clutchnet Heat Treats the OEM Sachs Diaphram for a increase in clamp load.
      Clutchnet also uses A triple strap instead of the two supplied in stock form. Upgrades the size of the rivits.
      Sachs Castings
      Sachs friction surface

      http://www.fourseasontuning.com/46/1...see-below.html
      Thank you for your answer.

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      08-06-2015 07:05 AM #135
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      Not at your power level without the firm pedal as you described above.

      A stage 2 clutchnet might work for you even though you are beyond the max the mfg is rating these at.
      Here are the specs;
      Clutchnet Heat Treats the OEM Sachs Diaphram for a increase in clamp load.
      Clutchnet also uses A triple strap instead of the two supplied in stock form. Upgrades the size of the rivits.
      Sachs Castings
      Sachs friction surface

      http://www.fourseasontuning.com/46/1...see-below.html
      Took a look at your home page and saw the clutchnet stage 2 and stage 3 use the same pressureplate.
      If so, the power to release the clutch should be also same.
      So the difference in torque is caused only by the difference in clutchplates?

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      02-11-2016 03:24 PM #136
      Sorry this was missed. The friction material changes the torque level.
      Last edited by FourSeasonTuning.com; 02-16-2016 at 04:21 PM.
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      02-15-2016 09:13 PM #138
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      do these fit the b7 Passat clutches as i see them always being advertised for jetta / golf etc

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      02-16-2016 04:26 PM #139
      What year is the Passat ? There was a split in 2011 where the factory went back to a single mass.
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      02-17-2016 05:02 PM #140
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      What year is the Passat ? There was a split in 2011 where the factory went back to a single mass.
      2013

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      07-11-2016 11:22 AM #141
      Are these kits still available? I'm going to be in the market for one soon, but they won't pull up on your website. Car is a 2012 Jetta 2.5

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      03-31-2017 03:02 PM #142
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      04-28-2017 05:09 PM #143
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