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Competition Clutch Stage 4 6-Puck Clutch Kit ( Part Number:CCI1 15030-1620)

Competition Clutch Stage 4 6-Puck Clutch Kit - Subaru STI 2004+

MODEL # CCI1 15030-1620
Manufacturer Part # 15030-1620

$534.61

MSRP: $685.40

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Description

This assembly, available with a double spring, six rivet carriage is good for ease of gear transition with higher horsepower. This disc complimented by a performance pressure plate provides up to 250% increase in torque capacity. 300 mile break-in recommended with this set-up.

The 1620 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a six puck high torque sprung disc with Ceramic buttons, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment tool.
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Specifications


Brand: Competition Clutch
Alignment Tool Included: Yes
Clamp Load Increase: Not supplied
Crank Torque Capacity: Not Provided
Disc Material: Ceramic
Disc Style: Sprung Hub
Disc Type: Puck
Flywheel Included: No
Pilot Bearing Included: Yes
Pressure Plate Style: Pull
SFI Approved: Yes
Throwout Bearing Included: Yes
Wheel Torque Capacity: 550 ft/lbs

Mfgr. Warranty: 90 Days
Condition: New Product
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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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700 Mile Mark
Joe 3 months ago
this clutch is over all pretty good i got used to it and around 450-500 miles the clutch got really really soft . but over all my car is a 2013 STi with bolt ons and e85 and it spins all 4 when i launch it lol. in love ordering another one for back up! thanks RalleySport!
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Awesome
Joe 3 months ago
So I recently just installed this stage 4 6puck clutch and I give it a 10/10 recommend this clutch I’m a stock sti with this clutch it’s very very grabby! Love it thanks
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2015 sti
JAGSUBIE15 1 year ago
I have about 600+ miles on this clutch with the lightweight fly wheel and I have to say it's a pretty tough daily driver clutch on stop and go. If you don't get your take off just right in normal driving conditions; it can buck pretty hard or give you harsh vibration. Especially in reverse, backing into my driveway, I can hear and feel the clutch vibrate loud like it's about to break but so far it hasn't. Other than that, you can really feel the difference on a pull or spirited driving. I had a professional shop do my install.
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Food for thought
sazkevin15850 1 year ago
Original was building a big turbo hybrid. Ended up just buying a jdm motor for now to drive the car. Decided to use this clutch for around 250whp. The clutch is pretty jerky and not very forgiving. Clutch feels great and grips amazing. I'm confident it will be perfect for my 450whp setup but for stockish power a OE or stage 2 would be a better option!
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Solid.
kewl_nate30462 3 years ago
Installed with the Light weight flywheel. For a stage 4 this pressure plate dosent make your clutch peddle stiff at all. (I have exzdy stage 2 before very stiff) Cant wait to see how it feels on the road.
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  • Q: Flywheel  TCSTi 2 years ago

    Answer

    If I'm moving from a exedy twin-disc to a single disc, do I need to replace the flywheel as well?


    • A: Yes a flywheel is needed


      Brady R 2 years ago
  • Q: Will it fit a 2010 wrx with 05 STI tranny and outfront short block ? , I'm shooting for 600 whp , can it handle that ?  Jaxracer 3 years ago

    Answer

    Will it fit a 2010 wrx with 05 STI tranny and outfront short block ? , I'm shooting for 600 whp , can it handle that ?


    • A: This will work with the 2005 sti transmission, however the specs are 550 ft/lbs at the wheels. A stronger clutch might be in your best interest.


      Trevor C. 3 years ago
  • Q: Quality?   kewl_nate30462 4 years ago

    Answer

    Anyone give feed back on the clutch as it looks and feels when installing I can read good reviews about it but the clutch disc it self doesn't look tough. I've only used exzedy so just wondering on this new brand.


    • A: We do not have any personal experience with this particular kit, but we receive great feedback on all the Competition Clutch kits and strength is not a concern.


      Zach G. 4 years ago
  • Q: How much torque/horsepower  Arcken 5 years ago

    Answer

    How much torque/horsepower the stock clutch pressure plate can hold? And if this is suitable for a street driven sti with turbo upgrade in mind, the ARMS 8260. I am shooting for the 400Whp mark or close.


    • A: This clutch is rated at 550ft/lbs at the wheels. 6 puck clutches are typically a little bit more difficult to drive on the street than a standard organic disc, but it depends on the preferences of the user.


      Nick S. 5 years ago