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    Thread: *** Clutch Masters Clutch Kits on sale @ CTS Turbo ***

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      08-14-2010 02:28 AM #1



      CTS Turbo is proud to offer the complete line of Clutch Masters Clutch Kits and Flywheels. Whether you're looking for a clutch to handle your 700HP drag car, or your 200HP commuter, Clutch Masters and CTS Turbo have what you need. If you're unsure of the right clutch kit for your setup don't hesitate to fire us an email: Sales@CTSturbo.com or a PM. We will assess your current modifications, your future plans, and give you the information you need to make the right choice for your car.



      Clutch Masters FX100 clutch kit - 450 shipped - click here
      Quote Originally Posted by Clutch Masters
      The FX100 System uses the Power Plus I Pressure Plate with a custom heavy-duty Steel Back Organic friction disc. This clutch is engineered for heavy-duty street use. It is specifically designed for extended wear and additional clamping force for the enthusiast who has added an exhaust system, an intake system, up to 50hp NO2 upgrade, or other non-forced induction external bolt-ons. It features only slightly increased pedal pressure, longer life than stock, and normal clutch feel during engagement and disengagement for a very smooth operation.




      Clutch Masters FX300 clutch kit - 625.50 shipped - click here
      Quote Originally Posted by Clutch Masters
      The FX300 System uses the Power Plus I Pressure Plate with a Steel Back Segmented Kevlar disc. This clutch is designed for the ultimate street enthusiast or weekend racer running a normally aspirated car equipped with cylinder head work and/or hotter cam(s), or with medium-boost turbo or super-charger, or up to 100hp NO2. The FX300 features only slightly increased pedal pressure, long life disc and positive engagement. **NOT RECOMMENDED FOR ROAD RACING**




      Clutch Masters FX400 clutch kit - 625.50 shipped - click here
      Quote Originally Posted by Clutch Masters
      The FX400 System uses the Power Plus I Pressure Plate with a custom, extremely durable, Sprung Ceramic disc. This is the ultimate extreme duty street and/or road/drag racing system. It is available in a 4 or 6 wing (paddle) configuration, with the 4-wing being the more aggressive setup (please specify which type you prefer). The sprung hub design allows for moderate dampening in high-torque applications, rendering it much more streetable than solid or rigid designs. This disc is designed for long life, outstanding holding capacity, and rapid heat dissipation.




      Clutch Masters FX725 Series - PM for Details





      Clutch Masters FX850 Series - PM for Details



    2. 09-09-2010 10:54 PM #2
      how much torque will each hold? Maybe I am blind and missed it on the website? I need to pull the trigger on a clutch this week and am weighing my options, basically fx300/400 vs ecs s4 conversion.

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      09-10-2010 10:10 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by Elballoonrat View Post
      how much torque will each hold? Maybe I am blind and missed it on the website? I need to pull the trigger on a clutch this week and am weighing my options, basically fx300/400 vs ecs s4 conversion.
      How much torque are you planning on putting down?


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      03-30-2011 12:03 PM #5
      im looking for a clutch and flywheel combo, im only chipped and not planning on any performance mods so something similar to stock replacement would work. i dont want a heavy clutch as i drive about 100miles a day. what are my options and prices?

      thanks

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      03-30-2011 12:32 PM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by bronz View Post
      im looking for a clutch and flywheel combo, im only chipped and not planning on any performance mods so something similar to stock replacement would work. i dont want a heavy clutch as i drive about 100miles a day. what are my options and prices?

      thanks
      You can replace the clutch only

      You can replace the clutch and flywheel with 228mm fw option

      You can replace the clutch and flywheel with 240mm fw option

      I would go with FX200, the 240mm clutch is the best option for drivability

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      03-30-2011 01:07 PM #7
      even if i just replace the clutch i still need to get my flywheel resurfaced, no?

      in that case i would just replace both to eliminate the headache of finding the shop that could resurface it properly.

      what are my pricing options for just the clutch and clutch+flywheel shipped to 60462.

      thanks

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      03-30-2011 01:11 PM #8
      Quote Originally Posted by bronz View Post
      even if i just replace the clutch i still need to get my flywheel resurfaced, no?

      in that case i would just replace both to eliminate the headache of finding the shop that could resurface it properly.

      what are my pricing options for just the clutch and clutch+flywheel shipped to 60462.

      thanks

      It's hard to resurface DMF's, most shops don't have the capability to do it right.

    8. 04-10-2011 07:30 PM #9
      Where are the torque ratings for these clutch kits? Im interested in a MK4 12v VR6 228mm clutch kit with 228mm flywheel (G60). i already have the flywheel, but i need to know how much a 228mm FX300 kit will hold down? im needing something to hold at least 360+ as im closer to 320tq and want that extra cushion...

      THIS IS FOR A MK4 BIG TURBO TDI.

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      04-11-2011 10:40 AM #10
      Quote Originally Posted by TDI_RS View Post
      Where are the torque ratings for these clutch kits? Im interested in a MK4 12v VR6 228mm clutch kit with 228mm flywheel (G60). i already have the flywheel, but i need to know how much a 228mm FX300 kit will hold down? im needing something to hold at least 360+ as im closer to 320tq and want that extra cushion...

      THIS IS FOR A MK4 BIG TURBO TDI.
      FX300 is rated for a 110% power increase.
      http://www.clutchmasters.com/index.p...v_products.tpl

    10. 04-11-2011 03:16 PM #11
      For the FX300 MK4 VR6 12v, Is that 110% of motor hp+tq or stock clutch holding power?

      Motor Power Output:

      Horsepower 172 + 110% = 361.2 hp
      Torque 177 + 110% = 371.7 tq

      Clutch holding capacity:

      Horsepower 200 + 110% = 420 hp
      Torque 200 + 110% = 420 tq


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      04-11-2011 03:19 PM #12
      Quote Originally Posted by TDI_RS View Post
      For the FX300 MK4 VR6 12v, Is that 110% of motor hp+tq or stock clutch holding power?

      Motor Power Output:

      Horsepower 172 + 110% = 361.2 hp
      Torque 177 + 110% = 371.7 tq

      Clutch holding capacity:

      Horsepower 200 + 110% = 420 hp
      Torque 200 + 110% = 420 tq



    12. 04-11-2011 05:12 PM #13
      It's just ODD that clutchmasters do not provide any numbers. Very confusing and a bad business decision that will turn off customers.

      PS: ordered fx300 last week.

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      04-12-2011 01:49 PM #14
      Quote Originally Posted by TDI_RS View Post
      It's just ODD that clutchmasters do not provide any numbers. Very confusing and a bad business decision that will turn off customers.

      PS: ordered fx300 last week.

      Thanks for the order

    14. 04-21-2011 11:16 AM #15
      Just got mine and want to mention that the pressure plate from the stage 1-4 kits, not sure about the other ones, are all Genuine "Sachs" clutch plates. Etched in and also same "made in Germany"
      Booya!!!

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      04-25-2011 11:51 AM #16
      Quote Originally Posted by TDI_RS View Post
      Just got mine and want to mention that the pressure plate from the stage 1-4 kits, not sure about the other ones, are all Genuine "Sachs" clutch plates. Etched in and also same "made in Germany"
      Booya!!!

      Thanks for the feedback










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      12-13-2011 06:57 PM #26
      Dear Santa,
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    19. 01-19-2012 10:48 AM #31
      I have a 2001 1.8t with ko3 and full exhaust and apr chip need a suggestion on a clutch/flywheel setup. The car is daily driven and occasional autocross. I want something that picks up lower off the floor than stock if possible, and a slightly heavier pedal feel is fine. Please let me know your opinion and price shipped to 60014. Thanks

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      01-23-2012 07:11 PM #32
      Quote Originally Posted by lutschb5 View Post
      I have a 2001 1.8t with ko3 and full exhaust and apr chip need a suggestion on a clutch/flywheel setup. The car is daily driven and occasional autocross. I want something that picks up lower off the floor than stock if possible, and a slightly heavier pedal feel is fine. Please let me know your opinion and price shipped to 60014. Thanks

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      Damn. I got excited but then noticed this thread was started over a year ago.

      I need to pick up an 850 series and would prefer the Super Single setup. Sending PM.
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