2006 Audi A3 Brilliant Red: FrankenTurbo, .dotuning, FFE, APR, Forge, SPM, BSH, VF-Engineering, Precision Turbo, ATP, Vogtland, Well-Done Xenons.
Becuase I kinda am lol.
I know there are obvious mechanical differences in the 3 types of clutch, (daily, drag, and endurance), as a daily driver, the stage 2 daily sounds practical and smart because im just about done hearing the glazed pressure plate 'wooot' noise everytime i let off the clutch... Anyway, back to the question, what's the difference the driver would notice, while driving, between the 3?
Thank you much!
recommend. Once you get past the Stage 2 Daily, pressure requirements on the clutch make it a tiring
exercise in city driving. The Stage 2 Daily can more than handle any added power levels produced by a
stronger K04 Turbo without having you worry about damaging the tranny. However, I would definitely
think about adding the HPA 'dog bone' Red (75 durometer) insert that uses your existing hardware.
Personally, I also upgraded my 2012 TB's tranny mount to the VWRacing one, not to mention that the
upper motor mount was swapped out for the one from the Golf R.. This combination, with upgraded
Whiteline (75 durometer) Front Lower Arm Bushings and Rear Trailer Arm Bushings, has my car running
beautifully with no vibrations.
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