Scuttlebutt has it the Aussie clutch is very good! :thumb:Now what said:Picking out an upgraded clutch for our cars is a pretty tricky pain the ass. Lots of choices (most are very pricey) and you'll hear both good and bad reviews on almost all of them. Do a search on Textraila -- the aussie clutch. Right now this seems like a good choice. They are not a supporting vendor, but they should be...
I hear ya. Maybe it's a bit early to tell on the Aussie, but it sure seems to have all the right stuff. I was very close to installing a Spec 3 in my car but there is quite a bit of bad press on the Spec. I've heard as high as 50% of them are bad. The ones that are not bad seem fine, but I don't feel confident putting a spec in my car having been forwarned by so many people. I just don't feel like chancing it.Zrod said:I've been hearing the same thing about the Textralia, but I'm not sold yet. Maybe after I hear about 10 or 15 thousand trouble free miles. Currently my pick is the Spec 2/3 hybrid setup. Some of the fellas here that are more experienced gearheads than myself have said good things about this clutch.
Nope I agree with you that it starts out as a hard clutch. After that it softens up. Our problem is that it died after 5 passes ona 500RWHP car. I liked the way it drove, it just couldn't handle being slipped. Plus it hit too hard and broke parts.Rob1Vet said:You know it's strange ! I've got the dual exedy and have no problems with it ! The pedal pressure is pretty heavy to start with but after a couple thousand miles on it, it's getting easier ! But who knows for sure ?