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Old 23rd May 2011, 06:40   #1
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Default *Anyone heard or rate Exedy Clutches*

Ive just fitted a Exedy Clutch kit to my VTS, when the clutch turned up it was one of these Exedy ones but I've never heard of them.lol

Do anyone know if there any good?
List price was £165 so not cheap.lol

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Old 23rd May 2011, 06:55   #2
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no not heard of them but you could of got a valeo one for alot cheaper and they are defernantly(sp) a well known clutch to use
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Old 23rd May 2011, 06:57   #3
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True dude but I got this clutch a lot cheaper than that as I good friends with the guy who I got it from

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good long as you not paid the £165 then lol
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haha no dude...£165 what a rip off.lol
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I've seen a lot of Exedy clutches in drift cars but never in a saxo, there are good clutches tho.
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Great thanks dude
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Exedy clutches are absolutely brilliant clutches mate they are always used in jap cars with big power as they are a very strong clutch with very high BHP ratings usually hence why they generally cost a lot. I used to have one in my 312BHP Nissan Pulsar GTi-R and it was a birlliant clutch very heavy tho had to have strong legs to use it . Is the one you have fitted like that or does it feel the same as your old clutch?
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Its just an oem replacement anyway so shouldnt matter performance wise. Just out of interest how much did you pay?
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Exedy clutches are absolutely brilliant clutches mate they are always used in jap cars with big power as they are a very strong clutch with very high BHP ratings usually hence why they generally cost a lot. I used to have one in my 312BHP Nissan Pulsar GTi-R and it was a birlliant clutch very heavy tho had to have strong legs to use it . Is the one you have fitted like that or does it feel the same as your old clutch?
Great stuff thanks dude Am really starting to like it
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Its just an oem replacement anyway so shouldnt matter performance wise. Just out of interest how much did you pay?
In the end buddy I only paid £90
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