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Car is in for service and clutch has about 30% life left according to the Lamborghini dealership.

Dealer priced out a new clutch at $9900 installed.

is this the best option to go with? Are there other options I should consider?
 

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Why are you considering changing the clutch with 30% left? Shouldn’t be anywhere near slipping. Seems like this would be leaving money on the table. And $9900 is too much for a clutch unless they are charging you a “Covid tax”
 

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Why are you considering changing the clutch with 30% left? Shouldn’t be anywhere near slipping. Seems like this would be leaving money on the table. And $9900 is too much for a clutch unless they are charging you a “Covid tax”
not anywhere close to changing it. Laying out options on the table. Then I will research everything and choose the best route. Trying to be proactive.
 

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What dealership is the car at?
 

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Why are you considering changing the clutch with 30% left? Shouldn’t be anywhere near slipping. Seems like this would be leaving money on the table. And $9900 is too much for a clutch unless they are charging you a “Covid tax”
We have OEM clutches and Kevlar clutches. Our Kevlar clutches will last 350% longer than an OEM clutch.

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