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      08-22-2014, 10:54 AM   #1
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Clutch question

I'm trying to find an aftermarket clutch like ACT, SPEC etc..
but i couldn't find any clutch for xDrive.
anyone know what brand do they offer for xDrive?
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All the clutches that work for the 335i work for the 335xi. Spec is probably the most popular and our biggest seller.
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All the clutches that work for the 335i work for the 335xi. Spec is probably the most popular and our biggest seller.
I just called dealer to find out.
I and XI they are use different clutch.
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I just called dealer to find out.
I and XI they are use different clutch.
As far as BMW part numbers go, they are different, however, that does not mean the aftermarket parts are not compatible. With selling dozens of clutches for this car on a monthly basis, you will have to trust me.

But if you don't, you are welcome to go on Spec's website www.specclutch.com and verify they utilize the same part number for I/XI and/or contact the manufacturer direct as well.

Let me know the power you intend on making as well as the manufacturing month and year of your vehicle and I can set you up with the right clutch that fits your vehicle.

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As far as BMW part numbers go, they are different, however, that does not mean the aftermarket parts are not compatible. With selling dozens of clutches for this car on a monthly basis, you will have to trust me.

But if you don't, you are welcome to go on Spec's website www.specclutch.com and verify they utilize the same part number for I/XI and/or contact the manufacturer direct as well.

Let me know the power you intend on making as well as the manufacturing month and year of your vehicle and I can set you up with the right clutch that fits your vehicle.
Thanks Jeff
my car was on dyno tuning few days ago. when the 4th pull the tuner adding more timing and fuel the clutch slip, the car right now has 360AWHP and 410AWTorque
manufacture date: 2009/03
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