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Should be fine with std, or a std equivalent, as most will take up to a 20% increase in power, which you will not achieve without FI.
 

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Exedy clutches are pretty good, use to run one of the street series on my 530BHP Supra, why do you say they are noisy Tom? single plate clutches are seldom noisy, unless the release bearing, or the shaft bearing are worn.
 

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Exedy clutches are pretty good, use to run one of the street series on my 530BHP Supra, why do you say they are noisy Tom? single plate clutches are seldom noisy, unless the release bearing, or the shaft bearing are worn.
Yeah just read the 20% hp increase bit and thought he wanted a twin clutch (which sound like a bag of spanners).

If there is no extra power then go with the stock clutch and flywheel.

Im pretty sure our clutches are Daikin clutches which are also known as exedy Japan and you can get a stock clutch plate from them.

http://www.exedyusa.com/oe/

http://www.exedy.adc-cat.com/index.php?page=product&item=3371&sid=3a6a4fa040f02885717dd9899c0bd44e
 

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A friend of mine recommended using an LuK clutch instead, not sure which one yet.
Sadly I had to make a decision before I saw your reply.

He's also recommended changing the fly wheel at the same time.
And also using a solid mass fly wheel instead of a dual mass.

Is that a good idea?
Appreciate your thoughts.

Thanks

James
 

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Pretty pointless running a solid flywheel unless your car for mainly track use,
the damped dual mass is there to reduce transmission shocks and make gear changes smoother, unless it badly worn, there is no need to replace.
 
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