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sbiggi
08-31-2006, 08:47 PM
Here is pictures of my excuse for 2.0 60' with 117mph trap

Biiiiggg pictures.

http://www.awdboost.com/seth/gsx/images/clutch1.jpg
http://www.awdboost.com/seth/gsx/images/clutch2.jpg
http://www.awdboost.com/seth/gsx/images/clutch3.jpg

hisandherturbo
08-31-2006, 09:01 PM
Look good to me.............. sell them on e-bay......... quit your crying, get it fixed and come get some 11's!!!! on the 10th!!!!

biglady112
08-31-2006, 09:02 PM
Looks perfect. Throw some JB weld on there and polish it a little. Should hold together for another 10,000 miles and 50 launches at the track.

Looks glazed over real bad. Don't usually see smooth/white surfaces on the disc. Good job.

Steven

sbiggi
08-31-2006, 09:07 PM
Looks perfect. Throw some JB weld on there and polish it a little. Should hold together for another 10,000 miles and 50 launches at the track.

Looks glazed over real bad. Don't usually see smooth/white surfaces on the disc. Good job.

Steven

Lol, both you guys give solid advise. JB weld it and put it on ebay :D

I slipped it to much on one launch.... and it was done after that.

I'm kind of surprised it would still hold enough to break all 4 loose on the street with a slip dump.

v413nc3
08-31-2006, 09:57 PM
Yeah Seth, you need to see the disc that came out of my 2900 after 1200 miles. You couldn't see any of those lines that still exist in yours. Good job trashing the clutch though :) Organics weren't really meant to go through what we put them through. I say sell it to a honda kid as a "twin disc".

Mirage
08-31-2006, 10:41 PM
I recognize that disk!!!

I'm amazed it held up this long.

Want another slightly used factory disk? It'll be coming out of mine within the week. :D


Marcus

sbiggi
09-01-2006, 06:57 AM
I recognize that disk!!!

I'm amazed it held up this long.

Want another slightly used factory disk? It'll be coming out of mine within the week. :D


Marcus

I wouldnt say it lasted to long.

I got a year out of, cause I put it in last September.

18 passes before I nuked it, and then 6 more after that.


I think I may get the ACT Sprung 6 puck, and of course break it in at the track on the 10th.

Has anyone heard if the fixed the issue with the PP fingers hitting the springs on the disc?

Mirage
09-01-2006, 11:14 AM
I'll be going with the sprung 6-puck as well here within the week.

I had an unsprung disk and liked it for the holding power. Only thing I hated about it was the drivetrain chatter and noise from the lack of dampening. Plus the spline wear made me worried.

Plus, it engages too harsh for my taste and driving style. I snapped an axle shifting into 2nd gear.

Sprung 6-puck is like the best of both worlds. Quiet operation, longer spline life and all the holding power of a pucked disk.

Marcus

v413nc3
09-01-2006, 11:17 AM
Bah, get 2 unsprung discs, throw them in aluminum cover goodness bolted to some chrome moly hawtness and call it good :)

confusionisbad
09-01-2006, 11:24 AM
aka twin disc... Maybe that is what I should get for the Evo. Who cares about the warranty anyways.. lol

v413nc3
09-01-2006, 11:28 AM
$275 +s/h for the Flywheel
$575-600 +s/h for the clutch
$20 Hardware

=

Stupid if you don't.

DlandryTSI
09-01-2006, 12:22 PM
Which looks something like this:

--Dave

v413nc3
09-01-2006, 12:35 PM
No wonder Dave is stuck in the 11's, your bolts aren't in right ;)

DlandryTSI
09-01-2006, 12:36 PM
Nah those are guide bolts :p

Just kidding. We had just got the replacements for the OEM ones and all I did was slide them in.

--Dave

v413nc3
09-01-2006, 12:40 PM
"we use JB weld to hold the clutch to the flywheel"


Twin puck style!!

jmakado
09-01-2006, 10:52 PM
How are the street manners on that setup Dave? I think this may be the last summer with the Feramic and would like to go twin disk next summer. I'm just looking for something that I can drive on the street without a ton of noise or chatter. Would you consider it streetable for a somewhat daily driver or a track only clutch?

DlandryTSI
09-02-2006, 07:39 AM
Once you put some street time on the clutch (say about 250 miles) its easier to drive. The first 250 will make you want to rip the clutch out since its basically an on/off switch.

--Dave