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Old 01-09-2017, 12:29 AM   #1
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Paddle clutch for road use

Who has one?
I ordered an exedy stage 2 paddle clutch an its to be delivered monday
Its juat today i noticed the code matches the paddle clutch
So ordered the wrong one but im gonna fit it an run with it

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Is it hard to drive with? Mixed reviews from people but wanna get the answer from daily driver skylines if anyone does or has one

R34 Gtt neo is the car its going into
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Old 01-09-2017, 12:53 AM   #2
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Complete coincidence but just had this message through as I was reading your post lol

"Hi, I've been recommended to contact you about getting a comp cluth for my s14a, its just chewed up and spat out an exedy 3 puc paddle clutch after about 2 months.. its sr20det running around 300hp standard 5 speed box"

Not personally driven one myself but from speaking to customers that have used them the Exedy 3puk is a very aggressive clutch to use (less paddles the more aggressive they are)
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Lol yea mines a 3 puc paddle clutch
My standard is spinning an slipping flat out an now juddering when i try drive off from sat still

So one was needed urgently an silly me ordered without looking at product codes
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Yes so you lean to drive a little different, but my they hold the power.
I'd use nothing else.
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Sat in a 1 hour jam he other week on the M4 trying to get to Reading Jap meet, cars still fine, leg fine, no real problems.
Exedy 3-puc is fine.
Also my flywheel weighs very little, 4kg max.
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Sat in a 1 hour jam he other week on the M4 trying to get to Reading Jap meet, cars still fine, leg fine, no real problems.
Exedy 3-puc is fine.
Also my flywheel weighs very little, 4kg max.
Cool. Good i know thats its driveable
Do you drive your car often an local or tracks?
How long would 1 last day to day driving would you know?
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