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Old 04-15-2005, 09:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everybody, my clutch is giving up on me. today while i am driving to work it started slippin almost on every gear. i wanna change it. so please any help on which one should i get. and if anybody has any experience with SPEC clucth stage 1 is it good?
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Old 04-15-2005, 01:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Anybody out there... come on people,,, somebody share his experience... Please
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Don't know about that clutch, but if you're looking for a better clutch, get an M3 one.
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the problem with the m3 clutch is you also need to get the m3 flywheel which costs $$$$$
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do you really have to get the m3 flywheel if you get an m3 clutch? I didn't know about that.... and does anyone know if an m3 clutch and flywheel will fit on a 95 318is?
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sachs is the way to go... amazing clutch/flywheel.

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I've heard that the sachs doesn't feel that great. But then again I have never heard of another OEM replacement clutch either... Are the sachs the stock clutch?
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the clutches with springs in them are the best. good luck
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Dude,

Stay away from secondary market parts. Go with sachs (oem) on the clutch, pressure plate, and bearings. You can find nice package deals from internet sales places as mentioned above (and can get an additional % off if you ask.) Also, get the flywheel resurfaced. You don't need a new one, but you surely will benifit from your old one's machined surface. (should only cost you about $25 to resurface)

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