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As above which clutch shall I choose? both similar price, act one 2 weeks delivery, other one 2-3 days...please help cos dont want it to slip again cos I gotta pay for next one:nono:opinions please asap:rolleyes:bloody clutches:headvswal

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As above which clutch shall I choose? both similar price, act one 2 weeks delivery, other one 2-3 days...please help cos dont want it to slip again cos I gotta pay for next one:nono:opinions please asap:rolleyes:bloody clutches:headvswal

 

 

RPS is deff the better opsion:nana2:

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The RPS Street clutch is probably the most common clutch on this forum.

It's ideal for Zeds with induction, zorst, chip, boost controller and t25 hybrids on stock injectors. If bigger injectors and 5 bolt turbo's, then the MAX series.

hth

smithy

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Go with what you think is best, IMHO RPS street clutch

 

Will the bloody thing hold the torque???????my car pretty nippy......so not the max then??????Prob is the spec dont sound right with the normal street one...HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP

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Nippy psshh :D We will see when i next come down there lol! :dance:

 

RPS Sport series looks better for your car lisa. Some information i took from a website :

 

Sport Series clutches offer unmatched value. These clutches are packed with features found in other higher priced units, yet sell for much less. Sport pressure plates have 150 to 200 pounds of extra clamping force to hold the power of your mild upgrades. These upgrades include better exhaust, better intake, cams, chips, and boost controllers.

 

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I have the RPS Max clutch together with a lightweight billet flywheel. It's a really good set up, I've had no slip at all on it.

 

If you are thinking of upgrading the power a little later may as well go for the max now otherwise the sport is a better option.

 

RPS all the way !!!

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RPS definitely the one Lisa. I had one fitted to mine and changed to a sport one from Z1.......a mistake. It makes funny noises and stinks. I don't think it's long for this world. The RPS was absolutely superb. Mine was kicking 380bhp before the turbo upgrade so it was certainly tested.

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RPS definitely the one Lisa. I had one fitted to mine and changed to a sport one from Z1.......a mistake. It makes funny noises and stinks. I don't think it's long for this world. The RPS was absolutely superb. Mine was kicking 380bhp before the turbo upgrade so it was certainly tested.

 

 

Thats interesting to know. Was going to give the Z1 clutch/flywheel combo a whirl, but i may well reconsider now.

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Lisa, if your thinking in the next year or 2 to fitting bigger injectors and bigger turbo's to chase the higher BHP, then go with the Max.

If not, then a 100% the Sport street.

The sport feels exactly like a stock unit to both men and women.

The Max is a heavier clutch ( it has to be) and most men don't feel much extra pressure on the foot, women however do.

Sold over 300 of these before Danny took over for me and never once got my reccommendation wrong ;)

As for the other non branded clutches from the US etc, RPS are the only company i am aware off that actually designed their clutches with the aid of a 300zx specialist, Greg dupree. To ensure they meet the requirements that people need. Other non branded stuff is often launched just to better the price of it's competitor, but not actually being a better product!

hth

smithy

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The RPS Street clutch is probably the most common clutch on this forum.

It's ideal for Zeds with induction, zorst, chip, boost controller and t25 hybrids on stock injectors. If bigger injectors and 5 bolt turbo's, then the MAX series.

hth

smithy

 

So this street clutch definatley wont slip under full torque of 370 then?

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Lisa, if your thinking in the next year or 2 to fitting bigger injectors and bigger turbo's to chase the higher BHP, then go with the Max.

If not, then a 100% the Sport street.

The sport feels exactly like a stock unit to both men and women.

The Max is a heavier clutch ( it has to be) and most men don't feel much extra pressure on the foot, women however do.

Sold over 300 of these before Danny took over for me and never once got my reccommendation wrong ;)

As for the other non branded clutches from the US etc, RPS are the only company i am aware off that actually designed their clutches with the aid of a 300zx specialist, Greg dupree. To ensure they meet the requirements that people need. Other non branded stuff is often launched just to better the price of it's competitor, but not actually being a better product!

hth

smithy

 

 

Nope wont be fitting nothing more to it, happy with the power it has and definately wont be increasing it. So looks like RPS street clutch it is then:hyper: Thanks for the advice everyone

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Thats interesting to know. Was going to give the Z1 clutch/flywheel combo a whirl, but i may well reconsider now.

 

Nick, what clutch did you have when yours went in France?

 

Im going for the RPS MAX:dance:

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So this street clutch definatley wont slip under full torque of 370 then?

 

Its designed for a modified TT with stock turbos, it will take more power than you can get out of stock turbo's.

 

I have a RPS Street to go on mine btw ! (big thanks to Old zed :bow::bow:)

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