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    1. Member vwking's Avatar
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      09-04-2014 02:08 PM #276
      NICE to see clutchnet being used. i have used them for over 15 years and they know there clutches!!

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      09-08-2014 12:16 PM #277
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    4. 05-26-2015 09:53 PM #278
      Could you tell me roughly how much it would be for a clutch to be shipped to Oshawa with brokerage fees..etc, I have never ordered parts from the US.

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      05-27-2015 01:30 PM #279
      Quote Originally Posted by DonPistachio View Post
      Could you tell me roughly how much it would be for a clutch to be shipped to Oshawa with brokerage fees..etc, I have never ordered parts from the US.

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      What clutch are you looking for? Also, to Oshawa, we'll ship USPS International so there won't be any brokerage fees but you'll have to cover whatever VAT is imposed. Let us know!

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      05-27-2015 02:47 PM #280
      What clutch to get? I'm all stock and I'll be stage 2 within a couple of weeks then I'll be getting an exhaust and dv valve. My hp goal is mid 300s. Thank you.
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      05-27-2015 02:59 PM #281
      mid 300's on a stage 2? I think you are kidding yourself.
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      05-27-2015 05:43 PM #282
      Sorry, should've been more specific. Eventually I will be going stage 3, for now I just want a clutch kit that can handle stage 2 with full bolt ons and be able to handle stage 3 in the future. Also another question at what weight do SMFs start chattering or do other factors come into play?
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      08-19-2015 12:12 AM #283
      BIG SHOUT OUT to Oleg at clutchnet. I had some issues with my Stage 4. Well on fourseason its a stage 3 but per clutchnet.com its a 4. Anyhow he warrantied it out and got me back up and running. He was a little hard to get a hold of, but when i did, he was extremely helpful and nice.

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      10-23-2015 01:48 PM #284
      for these guys. Great sales and even better support.
      Very happy client.


    11. 06-09-2016 07:16 PM #286
      MK5 Jetta 2.5L Clutch Kit W/ Flywheel. Difference between steel and aluminum flywheels?

      Looking for a clutch that can handle a future Turbo Build estimated to make 400lbs torque. Not too harsh or chattery, if possible.


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      06-22-2016 02:47 PM #287
      The weight is the main difference. Along with better throttle response and a more durable clutch kit. A stage 2 should be good, it is being used on my corrado that makes 365 WTQ.


      OEM 2.5 Dual Mass Flywheel W/ Ring Gear 22.7 LBS
      OEM Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate 10.1 LBS
      Total Weight 32.8 LBS

      FST Alloy Single Mass Flywheel/ Ring Gear 10.0 LBS
      Sachs VR6 Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate 13.1 LBS
      Total Weight 23.1 LBS

      Total Overall Weight Reduction 9.7 LBS

      By using a heavier Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate this will add 3 more
      pounds to the Alloy flywheel (as compared to the OEM 2.5 Clutch Disc &
      Pressure Plate ) making it feel like a 13 pound flywheel. This overall
      weight reduction is 9.7 pounds.



      FST 228MM L/W Single Mass Alloy Flywheel W/ Clutchnet Stage 2 VR6 Clutch Kit $749.95 Shipped Ground

      FST 228MM L/W Single Mass Steel Billet Flywheel W/ Clutchnet Stage 2 VR6 Clutch Kit $679.95 Shipped Ground

    13. 06-24-2016 04:00 PM #288
      Does the aluminum flywheel chatter more than the steel? And from what I understand you can rev quicker with the Aluminum but you also loose some low end torque? Is that true?


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      06-24-2016 05:31 PM #289
      Quote Originally Posted by jgnlz87 View Post
      Does the aluminum flywheel chatter more than the steel? And from what I understand you can rev quicker with the Aluminum but you also loose some low end torque? Is that true?


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      Which flywheel of which weight are you referring to? I have a 22 lb aluminum flywheel that has no chatter. I have had the 14 lb G60 flywheel in the past and it had minor chatter. I know people with the 10 lb aluminum flywheel and it chattered a ton. Chatter is mostly a matter of how much the flywheel weighs and less on materials. Same goes for rev happiness. Flywheels don't gain or lose torque. However, they do give the engine more momentum...more momentum makes for easier driveability. Less momentum means a more rev happy, sportier feel.
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    15. 06-24-2016 05:48 PM #290
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      The weight is the main difference. Along with better throttle response and a more durable clutch kit. A stage 2 should be good, it is being used on my corrado that makes 365 WTQ.


      OEM 2.5 Dual Mass Flywheel W/ Ring Gear 22.7 LBS
      OEM Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate 10.1 LBS
      Total Weight 32.8 LBS

      FST Alloy Single Mass Flywheel/ Ring Gear 10.0 LBS
      Sachs VR6 Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate 13.1 LBS
      Total Weight 23.1 LBS

      Total Overall Weight Reduction 9.7 LBS

      By using a heavier Clutch Disc & Pressure Plate this will add 3 more
      pounds to the Alloy flywheel (as compared to the OEM 2.5 Clutch Disc &
      Pressure Plate ) making it feel like a 13 pound flywheel. This overall
      weight reduction is 9.7 pounds.



      FST 228MM L/W Single Mass Alloy Flywheel W/ Clutchnet Stage 2 VR6 Clutch Kit $749.95 Shipped Ground

      FST 228MM L/W Single Mass Steel Billet Flywheel W/ Clutchnet Stage 2 VR6 Clutch Kit $679.95 Shipped Ground
      Thank you! Any upcoming sales? Or Is that already a sale price??? I really need a new clutch.


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    16. 06-24-2016 05:53 PM #291
      Quote Originally Posted by groggory View Post
      Which flywheel of which weight are you referring to? I have a 22 lb aluminum flywheel that has no chatter. I have had the 14 lb G60 flywheel in the past and it had minor chatter. I know people with the 10 lb aluminum flywheel and it chattered a ton. Chatter is mostly a matter of how much the flywheel weighs and less on materials. Same goes for rev happiness. Flywheels don't gain or lose torque. However, they do give the engine more momentum...more momentum makes for easier driveability. Less momentum means a more rev happy, sportier feel.
      I wasn't referring to any flywheel weight in particular, just in general. I have been researching the differences between the two for quite some time with the general consensus equivalent to what you have shared. Although, one person on a different forum claimed a loss of torque from an aluminum flywheel in particular, in which I found somewhat odd. I've learned the aluminum is less dense than forged steel obviously and thus as a result transfers less vibration. Honestly, anything is better than this crappy dual mass flywheel that is about to fail. Just want to make the right choice.


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      06-24-2016 06:26 PM #292
      Quote Originally Posted by jgnlz87 View Post
      I wasn't referring to any flywheel weight in particular, just in general. I have been researching the differences between the two for quite some time with the general consensus equivalent to what you have shared. Although, one person on a different forum claimed a loss of torque from an aluminum flywheel in particular, in which I found somewhat odd. I've learned the aluminum is less dense than forged steel obviously and thus as a result transfers less vibration. Honestly, anything is better than this crappy dual mass flywheel that is about to fail. Just want to make the right choice.


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      Also, there's nothing wrong with the OEM dual mass flywheel. It got you this far. A new one of them wouldn't be a bad choice either. There's a company that does performance versions of the dual mass flywheel too if you need more power handling.
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    18. 09-03-2016 01:21 AM #293
      Any labor day specials?


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      09-05-2016 06:31 PM #294
      Sorry for the late replay, but not this year.

    20. 10-20-2016 11:55 PM #295
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      07-16-2017 09:44 PM #296
      4th clutchnet clutch, im done with them.



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