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Competition Clutch – Stage 4 – Rigid Clutch Kit – D-Series Hondas

This assembly, available with a six puck sprung plate is good for penetrating engagement with higher horsepower applications. This disc complimented by a performance pressure plate provides up to 250% increase in torque capacity. 300-mile break-in recommended with this set-up. The 1620 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a six-puck high torque sprung disc with Ceramic buttons, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment tool.View more

$447.56

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Honda Del Sol D-Series – Stage 1.5 – Competition Clutch Full Face Organic Clutch Kit

The Competition Clutch Stage 1.5 โ€“ Gravity Series 1500 Clutch Kit is an economical solution for moderately modified cars or simply aggressive individuals with stock power. Offers 40-50% of torque capacity and maintains stock pedal feel. DO NOT use with added forced induction such as turbo, supercharger, or NOS systems. The 1500 Series kit includes a Competition Clutch pressure plate, a full face organic performance disc assembly, all applicable bearings and the appropriate alignment tool. 1993-1995 Honda Civic Del Sol Stage 1.5 – Full Face Organic Clutch KitView more

$322.76

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Competition Clutch Ceramic Sprung Stage 4 Clutch Kit -Honda D-Series

This assembly, available with a six puck sprung plate is good for penetrating engagement with higher horsepower applications. This disc complimented by a performance pressure plate provides up to 250% increase in torque capacity. 300-mile break-in recommended with this set-up. The 1620 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a six-puck high torque sprung disc with Ceramic buttons, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment tool. 1993-1995 Honda Civic Del Sol Stage 4 – 6 Pad Ceramic Clutch KitView more

$447.56

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Competition Clutch – Stage 2 – Honda Del Sol D-Series Steelback Brass Plus Clutch Kit –

This assembly provides up to 80% increase in torque capacity and is properly suited for aggressive street use and moderate track use. The Brass Plus material with its alloy backing matched to a performance pressure plate will provide smooth engagement and extended life. 500 mile break-in highly recommended with this set-up. 300-mile break-in REQUIRED with this set-up. (Some kits may not be supplied with all pieces.Please verify with Competition Clutch before ordering). The 2100 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a high torque sprung disc with anti-burst steel backed Brass Plus facings, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment. 1993-1995 Honda Civic Del Sol Stage 2 – Steelback Brass Plus Clutch KitView more

$416.88

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Competition Clutch – Stock Replacement Clutch Kit -Honda Del Sol (1993-1995) D-Series

Competition Clutch Stock Replacement Clutch Kits. This clutch is not intended for race use and is designed to handle stock power and is the stock replacement unit. 1993-1995 Honda Civic Del Sol Stock Clutch KitView more

$153.38

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Competition Clutch Honda S2000 F20C – Stage 4 – Rigid Clutch Kit

This assembly, available with a six puck sprung plate is good for penetrating engagement with higher horsepower applications. This disc complimented by a performance pressure plate provides up to 250% increase in torque capacity. 300-mile break-in recommended with this set-up. The 1620 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a six-puck high torque sprung disc with Ceramic buttons, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment tool. 2000-2003 Honda S2000 Stage 4 – 6 Pad Ceramic Clutch KitView more

$634.78

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Competition Clutch Ceramic Sprung Stage 4 Clutch Kit -Honda S2000 F20C

This assembly, available with a six puck sprung plate is good for penetrating engagement with higher horsepower applications. This disc complimented by a performance pressure plate provides up to 250% increase in torque capacity. 300-mile break-in recommended with this set-up. The 1620 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a six-puck high torque sprung disc with Ceramic buttons, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment tool. 2000-2003 Honda S2000 Stage 4 – 6 Pad Ceramic Clutch KitView more

$634.78

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Stage 2 – Competition Clutch Steelback Brass Plus Clutch Kit For Honda S2000 AP1 F20C

This assembly provides up to 80% increase in torque capacity and is properly suited for aggressive street use and moderate track use. The Brass Plus material with its alloy backing matched to a performance pressure plate will provide smooth engagement and extended life. 500 mile break-in highly recommended with this set-up. 300-mile break-in REQUIRED with this set-up. (Some kits may not be supplied with all pieces.Please verify with Competition Clutch before ordering). The 2100 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a high torque sprung disc with anti-burst steel backed Brass Plus facings, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment. 2000-2003 Honda S2000 Stage 2 – Steelback Brass Plus Clutch KitView more

$604.11

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Honda S2000 F20C – Stage 3.5 Segmented Ceramic Clutch Kit From Competition Clutch

2000-2003 Honda S2000 2.0L F20C1 Segmented Ceramic Clutch KitView more

$619.44

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Stage 4 -Competition Clutch Honda B-Series Rigid Clutch Kit

This assembly, available with a six puck sprung plate is good for penetrating engagement with higher horsepower applications. This disc complimented by a performance pressure plate provides up to 250% increase in torque capacity. 300-mile break-in recommended with this set-up. The 1620 Series kit includes a performance pressure plate, a six-puck high torque sprung disc with Ceramic buttons, all applicable bearings, and the appropriate alignment tool. 1994-2001 Acura Integra Stage 4 – 6 Pad Rigid Ceramic Clutch KitView more

$474.55

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Competition Clutch Corrado / Golf / Jetta / Passat 1.8L Supercharge, 2.4L, 2.5L 2.8L 5 Speed (AAF, AAA, ACU) VR6 184MM Rigid Disk Clutch Kit

Competition Clutch Corrado / Golf / Jetta / Passat 1.8L Supercharge, 2.4L, 2.5L 2.8L 5 Speed (AAF, AAA, ACU) VR6 184MM Rigid Disk Clutch Kit

The CCI twin disc provides the most economical racing clutch for the active sport compact enthusiast. This ceramic twin disc comes with a 4140 forged steel flywheel and a 6061 T6 aluminium cover complimented with a 6150 steel diaphragm. These units are rated to hold 800 to 1200whp (depending on application). Competition Clutch brings to their customers the finest materials, workmanship, and the best customer service in the industry. Competition clutch offer higher clamping force, stronger disc designs, and uncompromised satisfaction, all at the most competitive pricing in the industry.View more

$1283.08

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Competition Clutch Corrado / Golf / Jetta / Passat 1.8L Supercharge, 2.4L, 2.5L 2.8L 5 Speed (AAF, AAA, ACU) VR6 Stage 4 Clutch Kit

Competition Clutch Corrado / Golf / Jetta / Passat 1.8L Supercharge, 2.4L, 2.5L 2.8L 5 Speed (AAF, AAA, ACU) VR6 Stage 4 Clutch Kit

Competition Clutch Stage 4 Clutch Kit The Competition Clutch Stage 4 kit is designed for highly tuned vehicles that are pushed to the limit on the track. The kit comes with a 6 paddle sprung cerametallic disc and a reinforced mechanism, allowing to withstand up to 200% more torque than stock. Unless stated otherwise, the Competition Clutch kits come with a release bearing and an alignment tool. The pilot bearing is included for all vehicles that have one equipped as standard. Competition Clutch recommends a gradual break-in process of about 500 km before any intensive use. Generic picture, actual product may differ from photo. About Competition Clutch Competition Clutch is an American manufacturer which rapidly gained success on the global market, thanks to the quality of its products. Specialised in reinforced clutches and flywheels, Competition Clutch covers all the requirements oftuners, whether it be for everyday use or on the track. Satisfaction guaranteed !View more

$453.64

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What are Clutch Kits?

A typical clutch kit normally consists of a clutch plate, pressure plate and release bearing. These are all fastened to the car's flywheel with robust mechanical fasteners. This makes it possible for them to rotate via the flywheel.

If you are a drifter, track day addict, drag racer or simply a car enthusiast you will know how important the clutch is in the functioning of your car. It is a vital part of your vehicle as a whole and enables easy, smooth gearshifts and provides the link between you and the engine power when you pull away.

Clutch kits works in tandem with the car's engine, delivering power to the wheels. Over the lifetime of the car you might need to replace the clutch kit when it begins to wear, since this impacts negatively on the amount of power received and makes gear changes increasingly difficult. Should this happen, it's time to get a replacement clutch kit.

Unfortunately there's a lot of marketing hype and technical jargon in the industry, which can make it very difficult to make an informed decision about the right clutch kit for your specific situation. Below we try to explain the differences between the different types of clutches in laymen's terms.

Different Types of Clutch Kits

There are different types of clutches on the market, aimed at people with different needs. Read the explanation below to determine which one would be the best for your particular circumstances.

Performance clutch

A performance clutch typically differs from conventional organic clutches in three important ways. Firstly in the case of a performance clutch the clamping force on the pressure plate (via the diaphragm spring) is higher. Performance clutches also utilize different materials which do not suffer from performance loss at high temperatures because they don't absorb so much heat. Last but not least, performance clutches use a 'puck' design (6 puck, 4 puck, 3 puck etc.). This prevents slippage by increasing the pressure on the friction material.

Twin plate clutch

This type of clutch system is also known as a twin-disc clutch. In an era where car engines are becoming ever more powerful it is becoming more popular by the day. A twin disc clutch simply does the job of transmitting all that power to the wheels much better than a single clutch ever could.

Dual discs deliver double the clamping surface as a single disc, without needing double the pedal pressure - something that can make a massive difference in a vehicle that is used for purposes where performance is vital. In fact, one of the biggest benefits of a double plate clutch system is that it needs minimal pedal effort with a holding capacity that far exceeds that of most of the single-disc systems out there.

Triple plate clutch

If your car is mainly used to transport the kids to and from school it's unlikely you will need a 3-plate clutch. If you, however, are a car enthusiast and your vehicle is regularly used on the track or for drifting, a triple disc clutch might be exactly what you need.

The main benefit here is that instead of trying to hold the same amount of torque with only one clutch, you now use three clutches - each of which can hold the same amount of torque as a single plate. As long as the friction plate on the flywheel is able to withstand the pressure you can theoretically hold triple the torque.

Organic clutch

The word 'organic' in this case refers to the type of material that is used in the manufacture of the clutch, which is metal fiber interlaced with organic materials. Organic facings are often manufactured from phenolic resins, compound rubber and friction modifiers such as metal oxides and metallic powder.

These type of clutches are suitable for a wide range of driving conditions, but they perform particularly well in city traffic. The top products in this category provide both smooth clutch engagement and excellent durability. Organic facings are typically significantly stronger than their molded counterparts, which means they don't only last longer but also offer improved performance.

Multi-plate clutch

This is a kind of clutch setup that employs multiple drive plates. The aim here is to compensate for torque loss that happens because of the slippage which is caused by the fluid in which the plates are immersed for lubrication, cleaning and cooling.

This kind of clutch setup is widely referred to as a wet clutch system, and is found in most ordinary cars' automatic transmissions. It's what makes it possible to shift gears up and/or down without interrupting power flow via the transmission.

Multi-disc clutches work in the same way as single-disc ones, but they employ several friction discs instead of the one disc found in most other cars in order to reduce slippage and torque loss.