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    Thread: New Product Development 2.5L L/W Single Mass Flywheel and Clutch kits , Shipped Ground Lower 48

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      06-20-2013 06:24 PM #106
      doing a 2011 2.5 CBTA swap in my 2006 2.5 (BGP) Jetta. Have a 5spd manual transmission and am looking to replace the clutch.

      I have the Integrated Engineering intake manifold on the way and a tune to follow, so I will have a bit more power than stock. Theres a slim chance I might pick up an exhaust header as well. I know I dont need a crazy 'stage 4' etc clutch. Simply looking for a replacement that can handle a 'touch' more power/torque.

      Any recommendations?

      (btw my swap build is in the 2.5l section)
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      06-28-2013 02:35 PM #107
      puttin my order for the stage 1 in next week!
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      01-17-2014 07:40 AM #108
      Will this flywheel work with an 02s? If not, which flywheels do y'all sell work with an 02s?

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      01-17-2014 05:06 PM #109
      Quote Originally Posted by Rabbid Rally Rabbit View Post
      Will this flywheel work with an 02s? If not, which flywheels do y'all sell work with an 02s?
      You would need an 02A kit, but I would prefer to hear from you what your specific needs are.
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      01-17-2014 05:40 PM #110
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      You would need an 02A kit, but I would prefer to hear from you what your specific needs are.
      Contact us at the shop and let us know what you have.
      Will do when I get back from Mexico with the gearbox

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      02-13-2014 03:38 PM #111
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      06-27-2014 02:13 PM #112
      Just curious, is there an upgraded clutch to work with the stock dual mass flywheel? Maybe up to 250 WTQ?

      I know that sucker is heavy, but I like my quite ride
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      06-30-2014 05:01 PM #113
      Quote Originally Posted by WhatNoGarnish View Post
      Just curious, is there an upgraded clutch to work with the stock dual mass flywheel? Maybe up to 250 WTQ?

      I know that sucker is heavy, but I like my quite ride

      There is only one clutch made for that dual mass and that is stock, sorry I don't know any performance dual mass clutch kits.

      If you decide to go single mass flywheel conversion, we got you covered with several options.
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      09-08-2014 12:13 PM #115
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      09-13-2014 01:33 PM #118
      What's the difference between the Kevlar stg 2x and fiber carbon stg 2x? Both are same price and same torque rating

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      09-16-2014 03:02 PM #119
      Between those two listed above, the difference would be longevity.
      Kevlar has a finite life where the fiber carbon would last a bit longer.
      Kevlar is suited to track or strip use, not ideal for daily driving, as stop and go could result in overheating of the disc.
      Kevlar won't recover from overheating, and will slip.

      Carbon doesn't suffer the same fate as Kevlar, but can take more abuse.
      Both will wear the PP and FW faster than organic.

      Choosing the correct friction material should take into account the type of driving that you plan on doing.
      Also take into account your current or future torque level.
      Organic stg 2 would be good for 375 ft/lbs .
      Organic stg 1 would be good for 275 ft/lbs.
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      Yesterday 11:18 PM #121
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      Between those two listed above, the difference would be longevity.
      Kevlar has a finite life where the fiber carbon would last a bit longer.
      Kevlar is suited to track or strip use, not ideal for daily driving, as stop and go could result in overheating of the disc.
      Kevlar won't recover from overheating, and will slip.

      Carbon doesn't suffer the same fate as Kevlar, but can take more abuse.
      Both will wear the PP and FW faster than organic.

      Choosing the correct friction material should take into account the type of driving that you plan on doing.
      Also take into account your current or future torque level.
      Organic stg 2 would be good for 375 ft/lbs .
      Organic stg 1 would be good for 275 ft/lbs.
      Thank you, you guys are so helpful

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