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Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
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Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit (Part Number: )
Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit
Subaru STI 2004+
Read 16 Reviews | 8 Q&As
Part # 15030-2600
$522.91
msrp: $670.40

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Features & Product Details

RallySport Direct is proud to carry the Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit. If you have moderate bolt-ons, and your factory clutch be slippin', then you will be pleased with this setup.

Here are the details and what is included:

  • Performance pressure plate
  • High-torque sprung disc with segmented ceramic facings
  • Release bearing
  • Alignment tool
  • 150% increase in torque capacity
  • Street or race use
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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: Solid
    Flywheel Included: No
    Pilot Bearing Included: Yes
    Pressure Plate Style: Pull
    SFI Approved: Yes
    Throwout Bearing Included: Yes
    Wheel Torque Capacity: 500 ft/lbs
    Mfgr. Warranty: 90 Days
    Condition: New Product
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    Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit ( Part Number: 15030-2600)
    Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit ( Part Number: 15030-2600)
    Competition Clutch Stage 3 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit ( Part Number: 15030-2600)
    04 Subaru STi Competition Stage 3 Seggy Clutch Kit 19 days ago
    HadukenSTi
    So I have had this part on my car since early 2015. I have put on 30k miles with this clutch installed in harsh racing and light highway. It started slipping Nov of 2017 on my 2nd ever track day (but i did a lot of hard street launches/racing leading up to all this. I got this clutch because my previous one was starting to slip from increased power levels from stock. I currently make 470awhp/440awtq on a mustang dyno. I still currently have it on but i can't get into my peak boost/power/torque area without it slipping in 3rd at 20psi, 4th at 15psi and 5 at 10psi (haven't got on it in 6th) and me hitting rev line. 1st and second i can pull full throttle with no issues still. I believe the pressure plate is the cause of this issue. I am soon to order a new clutch but will most likely upgrade to the stage 4 sprung 6 puck very soon for more power. But overall this clutch has lasted and is still going for a daily driver that i'm currently using it for. And overall excellent as always customer satisfaction from RSD.
      
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    Stage 3 - Ceramic Clutch Fail 1 year ago
    2010LegacyGT
    Unfortunately, this clutch is not very street-able at all. Lasted me only a sad 8,000 miles, 2,000 of which were absolutely brutal combination of learning how to drive it and the clutch breaking in. The clutch didn't feel broken in for 1,500-2,000 miles rather than the advertised 300mi. I have to say if I was given the opportunity again, I certainly wouldn't purchase it. Starting in 1st gear was the most brutal part of it all. Hill starts? Forget it. You'll have to roll down to a flat spot and try there.
      
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    Never again.  2 years ago
    Lazysurfer53198000
    First and formost, when this clutch worked properly..... it was decent. At most. It got the job done. Now let's get down to some facts. This clutch only lasted me about 20,000 kilometers, and that's just horrific. Japanese traffic can be a nasty nasty nasty beast, so hey, I'll chalk that up to loads of stop and go traffic. This clutch, for me at least, didn't hold up to my expectations. Yes, it put my slightly over stock power to the ground without slipping, and yes it got me through loads of time on many tracks all over japan, but not without a lot of stress and headache. During install, first time I press the clutch in, pop... T/O bearing dislodges from the pressure plate, awesome. Contact CC and I'm like hey, da fuq? "Sometimes the ring needs to be adjusted, try bending it and installing it again"... wow awesome customer service.... pull the mission and bend the retaining ring, holds it in place. Cool. 2 months later, lap 4 at Tsukuba circuit, it pops out again. Really really not cool. So, again, I take the clutch out and bend the ring and hope it'll do it's job... it kinda does and doesn't completely pop out again. That alone pissed me off a fare bit. Now get this, Few months ago, I start getting this horrible noise appon clutch engagment... grinding screatch kind noise..... comes and goes. Shortly after that the clutch stats slipping... Well crap, guess it's already time for a new clutch. Today, I pull the clutch and see that I've gotten down pretty low on the clutch material. Fine with that. As I have stated, this clutch has seen loads of #racecar hours, but what I'm not fine with is the clutch disk springs coming into contact with the mo' effin' pressure plate arms, and causing loads of noise and not allowing me to get full use out of my clutch disk. Not cool Competition Clutch. Going back to to an OS clutch, because my last one lasted me way longer. Only reason I got this clutch was because I swapped a 6 speed into my car, and wanted something different. I hope people read this and take this life story into consideration before purchasing this clutch. If you're into quality, this product probably isn't for you. SpeedRacer Out. /thread.
      
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    Arturo Campos 2 years ago
    Artuto O'conner
    Thank you for all! I LIKE MY CLUTCH NOW!
      
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    Doesn't appear to hold the rated 500wtq 2 years ago
    CHUCKDEZ
    Clutch was fine on my stage 2 setup making 350 whp. After 18 months and 10000 miles on the clutch I upgraded to Blouch Dom 2.5 XTR with 400whp and shortly afterwards it started slipping. My guess is the pressure plate isn't holding up, sometimes its fine for a couple of pulls and then it will slip erratically.
      
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    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

    • Q: Comp. Clutch stage3 segmented ceramic  vroomvroomchevy447592 years ago

      Will this take abuse very well? How about an aggressive launch here and there? Has anyone on your staff actually used this clutch? As a d.d. is it a pain in the buns?
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  This clutch is currently installed on my Sti and it has taken quite a bit of abuse from launches, flat foot shifting, to normal driving. Probably one of the easiest performance clutch I have used.

        Chris W. @ RallySport Direct 2 years ago  
          
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    • Q: fly wheel  omar2 years ago

      wich fly wheel can i use with this clutch ??
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  The stock flywheel will work with this clutch. We also recommend the Competition Clutch Lightweight Flywheel.

        Brady R @ RallySport Direct 2 years ago  
          
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    • Q: ej 207 compatible   w.coughlan711173 years ago

      will this work with my v9 ej207 and 6mt
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  If you refer to the left hand side of the product page, we have a full list of our confirmed fitments.

        Trevor C. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago  
          
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    • Q: Light weight flywheel?   stephen.whitmore85132774 years ago

      Does this clutch require the use of a light weight flywheel? I had heard that some comp clutches are designed to work in conjunction with a lwfl only.
    • Q: full face segmented vs 6 puck  Dahment907404 years ago

      how is this compared to the 6 puck i have the 6 puck now and i can drive it fine but it does suck at the same time in traffic for example.
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  This will have a little bit better driveability however, this will still be much more aggressive than a full face disc.

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