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Which clutch?! Needs to be a Pull type

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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
Right.... i have to replace the clutch on my GTR as the old one still works but is a bit harsh. Very much a on/off clutch.

Included is a Poll of the possible (all horrendously expensive) alternatives...

Currently has the HKS GD Max twin plate fitted. Also needs to have a pull type as it is a late model R32 GTR.

Admins... on second thought - can we move this to the tech section ?
 

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I've been recommended the ATS carbon twin-plate by so many people, it must be good.
 

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I have the OS Gikken Twin plate on my GTR, dampened, very drivable. There is a conversion for the pull type clutches. Or you could just retap some new holes on the bell housing.
Not sure what you mean with that ?
Mine is a pull-type already ... as it is a later 93 model.

If the pull types would have been rubbish, why did they change to that system only in the later R32's and kept it right up to the R34 GTRs?

Definatelynot willing to change to a push-type system ...
 
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