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My New Clutch Masters Clutch Review!!

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Old 08-18-2009, 02:52 PM
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Thumbs up My New Clutch Masters Clutch Review!!

The clutch on my 2007 Honda Fit Sport gave out about 2 weeks ago, so a good friend of mines (who also has a Fit) told me to call Clutch Masters. I bought a FX100 (stage 1)for my Fit witch came with a Light Weight Aluminum flywheel (8 lb), Clutch and Flywheel weigh only 18lb! and all I can say is WOW!! This clutch feels smooth and it handles the abuse! The engagement is better than stock! I made sure to break it in, but after that I put it to the test! I would definitely recommend it to anyone!!!

Also! my friend has a turbo Fit, and he bought a stage 4 6 puck, he should be installing it in a few days, I’ll keep you posted

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Clutch Masters Honda Fit Clutch is a 212 mm with 1200 lb of Clamp load, compared to a stock Clutch which is only 190 mm with only 700 lb of clamp load!

Trust me! you can feel the difference!!


My friends stage 4 6 puck

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My stage one

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what was the cost?
 
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Old 08-18-2009, 04:37 PM
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My FX100 clutch was $675 with Flywheel
My friends was $775 with flywheel
oh they also make a stage 3 with Aluminum flywheel for $775

Iím pretty sure if you go to a distributer they will have it at a lower price.
either way, it was worth every penny!
 
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so hows the clutch? i got mine, waitin for good time to drop it off at the shop. i didnt get a pilot bearing though? so i bought one from honda but it looks too little for the flywheel. is it suposed to fit snug into the flywheel??
 
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where can i get these? anybody making twin clutch for the Fit?
 
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Originally Posted by socalsmirff View Post
so hows the clutch? i got mine, waitin for good time to drop it off at the shop. i didnt get a pilot bearing though? so i bought one from honda but it looks too little for the flywheel. is it suposed to fit snug into the flywheel??


it doesnt go into the flywheel it goes into the rear of the crank
 
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Old 03-02-2010, 03:53 PM
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Do you know how much the stock flywheel weighs and how much the new one weighs? Or combined weight of the stock set-up?
 
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Any issues with idling?
 
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is the engagement still at the top of the pedal?
 
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no issue with idle, engagment is low to mid pedal travel and yes the pilot goes in the rear of crank case. the clutch is awsome. along with lightweight pullies, it loves to rev. released a few more restrained ponnys. hehe
 
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im KWSC supercharged, just installed my Stage 2. better pedal feel, still thinking or going with a steel braided clutch line. only issue was with my stock clutch.... it went out at 35k... when i took it out the disc was fine, the pressure plate failed.
 
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do the full braided clutch line and get rid of the delay valve in the middle... good stuff...
 
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Sorry to bring this back from the dead, I was thinking about getting this setup for a complete stock GD? Thoughts?
 
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I've had a Clutch Masters flywheel pressure plate and clutch and Innovative engine mounts waiting to be installed forever... I 'm not up to doing what all it takes to install all of the performance parts I now have for this car.. Old age is really a fucked up thing to experience.
 

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I've had a Clutch Masters flywheel pressure plate and clutch and Innovative engine mounts waiting to be installed forever... I 'm not up to doing what all it takes to install all of the performance parts I now have for this car.. Old age is really a fucked up thing to experience.
What stage clutch do you have? Is it the kit with the fly wheel?
 
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I'm sure that mine is the same as what you have. Looks the same, weighs 18 Lbs, includes pressure plate, flywheel, disk, throwout bearing and guide. It may have a stiffer spring rate due me telling him that my car is supercharged and would also have methanol injection. My wife saw the invoice and freaked out.. It was $775 back when I got it a few years ago.
 
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I can't recall what stage clutch I have but it has the flywheel, disk and pressure plate and sold for $775 at the time I bought it.
 
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It will be a stock motor, just a daily for me but I don't want to be down that long and this setup seems pretty nice.
 
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