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ok after abit of abuse my clutch has finally started slipping, so..... im after a good clutch, needs to withstand around 500-600bhp as thats what my car will be running next summer but needs to be ok to drive daily, my mates got a twin plate clutch in his gtr and im ok with that evan though most carnt cope, need something resonably priced but capable at holding high power and needs to be semi-easy to use.

any suggestions and guideline prices much appreciated.
 

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Rising sun do great clutches mate.... I bought my 400+ of them and it can withstand what ever i throw at it :D Though ill soon need an upgrade.... :D
 

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500-600bhp your gonna need a twin plate, i'm sure there about £1100ish.
 

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just been looking on nengun and found

cusco twin plate £692.73 delivered
ats carbon twin plate clutch £795.71 delivered
exedy hyper compe-r twin plate £624.81 delivered
hks gd pro twin plate rated too 600bhp £671.85 delivered
nismo supper coppermix twin plate rated too 640bhp £703.78 delivered
ocr 709 series twin plate suited to 700bhp £601.12 delivered
 

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I'd go for the last one as its the highest rated one and cheapest.
 

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i second what bruce said, i thought clutches were rated by torque and not bhp because thats what destroys them aint it?
 

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I had a Nismo G-Max twin plate once & it was good although I think it was basically a re badged Exedy.

I would recommend getting the most common part you can find (most likely the Exedy) so that you have a danger of finding replacement plates for it if you ever need them.
 
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