View Single Post
      10-09-2008, 03:58 PM   #5
Malek@MRF
Brigadier General
Malek@MRF's Avatar
United_States
467
Rep
3,726
Posts

Drives: E92 M3, 991 P-Car
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Irvine, California

iTrader: (5)

Send a message via AIM to Malek@MRF
The OEM clutch can handle the amount of power these cars put out tuned.

There are going to be people telling you that it doesn't. (A certain person come to mind here..) If they tell you that it can't hold the power, ask them how many miles they have driven the car and how many times they have slipped the clutch due to racing and etc..

Like most "high performance" products, even a high performance clutch with a high torque capacity cannot be expected to last for ages. It just doesn't work that way. True race built engines get rebuilt after each pass, or per season.

The stock unit works fine.
__________________

BMW PERFORMANCE SPECIALISTS. Race Engines. Suspension. F/I. Brakes. Race Preparation. Factory Service. Alignments.
OFFICIAL PARTNERS: KW. MOTON. Brembo. AP Racing. BBS Motorsport. iND. HRE. Turner Motorsport. VAC. BMW Motorsport.
Facebook | Instagram | Yelp! | Flikr | Contact | YouTube