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      03-31-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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I think I'm gonna go with a stock clutch. I'm selling my act 6 puck:

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Wow, you paid $440 for an ACT 6-puck? That's a pretty good deal. Tell me, was your clutch disc spring loaded or not?
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Yea it was a good deal! But, I just want a stock clutch that is easier to drive and will last longer.

I'm not exactly sure what your question was?
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I think he's asking if it's the sprung hub or the unsprung hub.
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I think he's asking if it's the sprung hub or the unsprung hub.
exactly
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It's the unsprung
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that's why you're vibrating.
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I don't think it would vibrate this bad. This is what I had on my gsx. I didn't feel the vibration. This one literally shakes the whole car
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The springs on the clutch disc help with chatter and vibration. There could have been a lot of factors that lead to your whole car vibrating. You got to remember that our BMW's have a dual mass fly wheel where as your GSX doesn't. You can't expect for a 6-puck unsprung clutch to run and engage smooth like butter.
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