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Competition Clutch Stage 2 Steelback Brass Plus Clutch Kit w/ Flywheel - Subaru Models (inc. 2006-2014 WRX / 2005-2009 Legacy GT)

MODEL # CCI1 15026-2100
Manufacturer Part # 15026-2100

$733.07

MSRP: $939.83

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Description

RallySport Direct is proud to bring you a wide variety of quality clutches, clutch kits and clutch components from Competition Clutch. Whether if you have a highly modified vehicle, or if you have a daily driver with a few bolt-ons, Competition Clutch has a component that will work with your application.

On this page, you are looking at the Competition Clutch Stage 2 Steelback Brass Plus Clutch Kit that comes with a Flywheel. This clutch assembly provides up to an 80% increase in torque capacity and is suitable for aggressive street use and moderate track use. The Brass Plus material features an alloy backing matched to a performance pressure plate to provide smooth engagement along with an extended life. Note that a 500-mile break-in is highly recommended with this setup. Although, also note that a 300-mile break-in at the least is mandatory.

Here are more details:

  • 4140 Forged steel flywheel included
  • Brass Plus sprung hub clutch disc
  • Performance pressure plate
  • Pilot bearing included
  • Throwout bearing included
  • Clutch alignment tool included

 

 

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Specifications


Brand: Competition Clutch
Alignment Tool Included: Yes
Clamp Load Increase: Not supplied
Crank Torque Capacity: Not Provided
Disc Material: Brass Plus
Disc Style: Sprung Hub
Disc Type: Solid
Flywheel Included: Yes
Pilot Bearing Included: Yes
Pressure Plate Style: Push
SFI Approved: Yes
Throwout Bearing Included: Yes
Wheel Torque Capacity: 450 ft/lbs
Flywheel Weight: 13.7lbs

Mfgr. Warranty: 90 Days
Condition: New Product
Return Policy:

RallySport Guarantee - 30 Days


Items that are covered under the RallySport Guarantee offer a 30 day no questions asked return policy.

RallySport Guarantee items may be returned within 30 days of the original invoice date and must include all the original parts and contents for a refund.

The RallySport Guarantee does not apply to products that have been modified, damaged, misused or abused. All returns require an RMA (Return Merchandise Authorization) Number, and freight charges are strictly non-refundable. For more information regarding our freight refund policy, please refer to our return policy page found HERE.
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Competition clutch
Lncollege 3 months ago
Most people who are giving reviews on this product haven't really used the product for 3 years like I have; I am posting this review 40,000 miles and 3 years later. Anything that is new will most likely work well the first few thousand miles but what about after that? I am going to keep this succinct and straight to the point. I went stage 2 cobb tuned and like expected my oem clutch started to slip shortly after. I came across this clutch kit and had it professionally installed by my friend who is a certified transmission specialist at a subaru dealership. I adhered to the 500 mile break in period and babied it. The clutch rattles a little bit but it is not something that is insufferable. Now I am having trouble with this clutch that I only got 40,000 miles out of. I never took my car to the track and I don't abuse my car. It was perfect when it was working and I never had trouble shifting until now. Be wary of buying this profuct. Like I said, it worked great when it was actually working but I dont think 40000 is getting your moneys worth out of a clutch.
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Pretty good
Heilker7 4 months ago
Really great clutch kit haven’t ran into any issues other than receiving the wrong parts at first but it’s been over a month. I have some squeaking but i think that’s just because the pivot point needs some grease. So even though it say light grease the the clutch kit parts don’t forget about the other parts you have to install back they should be greased generously
Drugsareus 1 month ago
I was employed there for 14 months. Chris Jewel the owner is a Coke head and drunk!! Trust me I have proof. Because you buy all your stuff from China and put a Competition logo on it doesn't mean it's a good product!
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2005 outback XT, COBB stage 2
clm41286 4 months ago
I have had this clutch kit installed for just over 600 miles now. It is fantastic, replacing the dual mass flywheel with a single mass light weight flywheel has made the throttle response much more snappy! May be the Placebo affect, I do believe the car accelerates a good bit faster as well. Clutch pedal weight feels about the same as factory, although this clutch grabs much faster. I did not use the throw-out bearing that comes in the kit. I purchased an OEM Subaru bearing, along with the clutch release fork while I was in there. Over all a great kit to replace the factory clutch/flywheel with!
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Noise
thundercar197709493 6 months ago
Install was ok besides cover on the bottom of tranny needed to be bent down just a little. Main thing is the horrible noise this thing generates, and also has a grabbing/studder issues from a dead stop. I wouldn't buy this clutch again.
Drugsareus 1 month ago
Chris Jewel is a Coke head and drunk who has Melissa Dennis running his finances! Coming from a former employee. Ask for proof and I'll show it!
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Excellent High-Torque DD Clutch!
NickyG 8 months ago
After 20K miles on an Exedy Stage 1, the clutch release bearing started chirping pretty bad and induced a vibration into my drive train. I started shopping for clutches, and wanted a very streetable single disk clutch for my DD, but needed it to withstand around 400 ft/lbs of torque. I perused a whole bunch of clutch reviews and whittled the list down to the CC Stage 2 on the advice of my tuner. I also bought an OEM clutch release bearing (new revised part # 30502AA160) for $50 and a new OEM release fork for $25. When I picked up the car after my tuner installed the clutch, I anticipating shudder, abrupt engagement, and a stiffer pedal. What I got was a very predictable engagement and a really mellow clutch pedal (almost soft). I think the noise level is also a bit quieter than the previous clutch. Full engagement is much more direct—you don’t want to try to slip this clutch much, just feather the throttle and find the engagement ‘sweet spot’. The car is so much easier to shift and drive compared to the Exedy Stage 1: smoother engagement, less noise and chatter, and a softer pedal (WTF?). I couldn’t believe this clutch is rated to 450 ft/lbs of torque – it’s a complete pussycat, very DD-friendly. I’m assuming this is because they can use weaker pressure plate springs due to the larger gripping surface between their pressure plate, disk, and non-stepped steel flywheel? Another reservation I had was running a lightweight flywheel (this clutch can only be used with their flywheel). I read numerous accounts of guys having a hard time engaging from a stop and stalling their cars due to the reduced mass of a lighter flywheel. No problems here. At 13.7 lbs., the flywheel included in this kit isn’t in the ‘stupid light’ category. I could hardly tell any difference engaging from a stop as far as engine rpms required for a smooth start. But I did notice that throttle response was a bit crisper and the engine felt peppier and freer to rev. Very nice! I’ve had a Kartboy lightweight crank pulley on the car for a couple years, and have not yet encountered any ECU faults from the combination of the lightweight flywheel and crank pulley combo (crank sensor ‘over rev’ condition when the ECU thinks the engine is revving too quickly). But I have been taking it easy since I’m breaking in the clutch. Clif notes: Great street clutch – feels like the stocker, a bit more abrupt on engagement, but can handle much more torque. Highly recommended for a DD! Lightweight flywheel suits my driving style really well – allows me to squirt through openings in traffic a bit more easily. Suggestions: Use a new OEM clutch release bearing and replace the clutch fork while you’re in there. They’re cheap insurance.
Drugsareus 1 month ago
As a former employee it is because all Chris Jewel's products come from China with him putting a Competition Clutch logo on it!!
Truth 1 month ago
Chris Jewel the owner is a coke head and drunk to the point Melissa Dennis the President of Comp has to give him an allowance! Oh and all those great products are shipped by the warehouse supervisor named Kevin Powers who routinely ask his coworkers where he can buy weed and pills! Want proof just ask I'll share!
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  • Q: Need the flywheel?  andrewinman89 14 days ago

    Answer

    I picked this clutch up without the flywheel and went to install it and couldn’t because the stock flywheel was too small for the clutch plate. Was this just something I was confused on or has anyone experience similar issues?


    • A: This clutch does not fit OEM flywheel, you will have to use the flywheel in this kit.


      Devan M. 13 days ago
  • Q: Concern for my WRX  rigopigo 7 months ago

    Answer

    Hey RSD, I just had a quick question of concern. My WRX is running under 400 ft lbs of torque but I've been looking at this clutch because I have other projects on the way to bring my WRX to around the threshold and I just wanted to know if it'll be advantageous to get this clutch as an investment for future power or just hold off for now. Thank you so much for your time


    • A: There should be no concern with running this clutch on a stock setup or under the advertised power rating. I always recommend having a clutch rated higher than what the car makes.


      Brady R 7 months ago
    • A: Your answer is to not buy this product from drug users like the owner Chris Jewel and the warehouse supervisor named Kevin Powers! Everything is from China with a Competition Clutch Logo slapped on it.


      Truth 1 month ago
  • Q: tune  mauro 12 months ago

    Answer

    does my 2015 civic si need a tune if I get the Competition Clutch Stage 2 w/light flywheel


    • A: No, you will not need a tune for a clutch.


      Tyler A. 12 months ago
  • Q: Stock flywheel   blake.warren1 2 years ago

    Answer

    Is it possible to use the stock flywheel with this setup? I have lightweight pulleys and I read in another comment it's not good to have the lightweight pulleys and lightweight flywheel together


    • A: This is not recommended to be used with the OEM flywheel. With this flywheel you should be fine running it without a CEL.


      Jared A. 2 years ago
    • A: This is not recommended to be used with the OEM flywheel. With this flywheel you should be fine running it without a CEL.


      Jared A. 2 years ago
  • Q: Install torque specs  G4TAM2085031 3 years ago

    Answer

    What are the install torque specs on this kit?


    • A: This kit will use the factory torque specs. Please refer to your factory service manual for exact specifications.


      Josh P. 3 years ago
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