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Old 12-22-2018, 12:15 AM
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oem clutch goes out at 38,000 miles (skip to 3:22)



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Thread of where slave cylinder went wrong. so went with a new clutch:
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thanks for response but I have a Huracan with a dual clutch completely different setup
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thanks for response but I have a Huracan with a dual clutch completely different setup
I know, I was just giving an input/example.
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yeah I'm SC, and I do drive pretty hard but still not sure how my clutch is having issues. its only 10% of the time I would say where the clutch slips or its jerky on take off. was getting multi plate clutch too hot and slippage codes. so I'm assuming I just need to change the multi plate clutch? I see they sell a gem kit online for 3k.. what u guys think?
Not sure what gem is, but Dodson kit is not much more for just the friction discs.
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I would start off with a fluid and filter change and re-adapt the transmission. It may solve the problem.
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Has anyone have had to replace there oem clutch yet? I'm at 18k miles and am getting slippage and overheat faults. if you have changed the clutch do u recommend OEM or aftermarket? thanks guys.
Just replaced mine would not even consider an OEM, go with Hitech talk to Sean at Hitech will provide all the info you need. This kevlar clutch is 100% improvement over OEM and will last longer than the car-will never need another one. The action quickly, better grip, everything. Have about 2K miles since new clutch huge difference. Make sure this is done at a qualified shop (not dealer who will charge almost double) if you don't know of a shop in your area Sean can help you to locate one.
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Just replaced mine would not even consider an OEM, go with Hitech talk to Sean at Hitech will provide all the info you need. This kevlar clutch is 100% improvement over OEM and will last longer than the car-will never need another one. The action quickly, better grip, everything. Have about 2K miles since new clutch huge difference. Make sure this is done at a qualified shop (not dealer who will charge almost double) if you don't know of a shop in your area Sean can help you to locate one.
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Just replaced mine would not even consider an OEM, go with Hitech talk to Sean at Hitech will provide all the info you need. This kevlar clutch is 100% improvement over OEM and will last longer than the car-will never need another one. The action quickly, better grip, everything. Have about 2K miles since new clutch huge difference. Make sure this is done at a qualified shop (not dealer who will charge almost double) if you don't know of a shop in your area Sean can help you to locate one.
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yeah I'm SC, and I do drive pretty hard but still not sure how my clutch is having issues. its only 10% of the time I would say where the clutch slips or its jerky on take off. was getting multi plate clutch too hot and slippage codes. so I'm assuming I just need to change the multi plate clutch? I see they sell a gem kit online for 3k.. what u guys think?
I don't have a SC but my car is sometimes jerky on take off...
Maybe that's some other electronics acting up like throttle positions sensor or something.
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I would start off with a fluid and filter change and re-adapt the transmission. It may solve the problem.
I would do this as well. I had other vehicles with transmission slippage etc, that just needed new fluids.
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