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ACT Xtreme Race Rigid 6 Pad Clutch Kit w/ Streetlite Flywheel
Subaru Models (inc. 2006+ WRX / 2005-2009 Legacy GT)
Features & Product Details
If you find yourself trying to pass the slow person in the fast lane. Only to realize that you're banging off the rev limiter without actually going anywhere, then you might need a new clutch disc. This is the ACT 6=pad rigid race disc, and it's a great disc for those with minor to moderate bolt-ons. This disc has been designed to handle 28% more torque than your typical organic clutch.
This race disc features top grade rivets which securely fasten the clutch together and to provide maximum strength the next time you try to show off to everyone on AWD Army. With that said if you BBQ'd your disc, get a good replacement like the ACT 6 Pad Single Disc Replacement.
FITMENT NOTE: Due to change in the flywheel and clutch disc size, the following models MUST use this clutch and flywheel together as they WILL NOT be compatible with the OE or other stock sized replacement parts.
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REVIEWS & CUSTOMER MEDIA
I have this kit in my 2018 subaru wrx for exactly one year and my car is doing 340 whp, but my car is my daily work and all the clutch is good but only if your car is going to be used only for racing or for track otherwise he is very fast you are going to spend more gas you have to accelerate quite high to be able to get out well and I have a lot of experience driving manual trasmission I am a truck driver 10 speed but if it is your daily better go for another option, now I have another kit ACT SB11-HDSS street and race is much better and can handle up to 400 whp
I first used ACT 6 puck unsprung on my KA24DE 240sx, then installed another on my SR20. So naturally I went with the same brand for my Subaru. It was pretty hard to take out the OEM fly wheel since it rotates on itself. I just jammed up the teeth to have a clear shot at the T50 bolts. With the new setup the car is really aggressive but I am used to it. Works very well on track and daily commuting (although I cannot recommend it!) After about 15k miles I have started to launch it using my Cobb AP at 5500 RPM. Squeals my 235/40 Federal RSRs. Haven't tried yet on my TE37s with Federal 255/35s. Oh yeah, I did the install in just over a day with no help, and was my first Subaru clutch job.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Clutch Gio M.4 years agoHow hard is it to push in while driving ? Compared to stock how hard?
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A: Sounds like it would be best if you chatted in with us so we could get some more information and see what we could help you with.Devan M. @ RallySport Direct 4 years ago
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