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Hey guys I'm just looking for a stage 1 clutch good for everyday use, what would be the best option? I've looked at the exedy stage 1 organic but not sure.
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buy at least a exedy stage 2 if you're gonna just have an N/A build

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buy at least a exedy stage 2 if you're gonna just have an N/A build
I've thought about that, but I'm not sure cause mine is an everyday driver.
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so is mine. it's not as bad at all

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How does it hold up, does seem to last as long as the stock or does it wear a little faster.
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I've had mine on for about 15k miles of hard beating and it still holds fine. 10k of that has been about 248whp/238wtq and the 5k has been 348whp/296wtq

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on the clutch kit is their a specific one for the 2.2?
bc all i can find is kits for the 2.0...
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what is the differences in stage clutches


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Go to www.turbotechracing.com and find a ky clutch and go to zzp or gm to get a stock flywheel and bolts. The stage clutches have a higher torque capacity

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Get a KY clutch as mentioned above.
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