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Old 12-28-2018, 03:39 PM
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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.
Thats about the average life for an OEM i dont know anyone with a G that made is past 25K miles, replaced mine at 18K with a Hitech Kevlar will outlast the car.
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FWIW, my HP develops a lot of TQ down low...and if you're not light on the pedal from a standstill...it has a very direct feel...very, very responsive to the point where it feels like all the pedal travel occurs within the 1st 1/4" of pedal depress.

It's not clutch related in my case; it's just the electronics. There are kits you can buy that will increase or decrease the amount of travel required to send fuel.

My Z06 from factory has a lot of pedal travel required to move the car, to prevent people who don't know how to drive from smashing stuff at low speeds...lol
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Thats about the average life for an OEM i dont know anyone with a G that made is past 25K miles, replaced mine at 18K with a Hitech Kevlar will outlast the car.
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I made over 42k with the OEM on my 06 G', but now read the original post again, as we are talking of dual-cluch for the H and this has really nothing in common with the old G !!
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thanks for all the responses! i should start maybe with a transmission fluid change because it didn't start doing this until the cold weather. any suggestions on what fluid to use? (I drive hard) also happy new year everyone.
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FWIW, my HP develops a lot of TQ down low...and if you're not light on the pedal from a standstill...it has a very direct feel...very, very responsive to the point where it feels like all the pedal travel occurs within the 1st 1/4" of pedal depress.

It's not clutch related in my case; it's just the electronics. There are kits you can buy that will increase or decrease the amount of travel required to send fuel.

My Z06 from factory has a lot of pedal travel required to move the car, to prevent people who don't know how to drive from smashing stuff at low speeds...lol
This is very true, I agree as I have both cars as well. Is your Z06 manual or auto?

Though in Strada mode the HP throttle response is gentle enough where my wife drives it gingerly.
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It's an A8...bone stock, except for tires/ wheels and lowering on factory bolts

Agreed with Strada mode, but my preferred solution is NO ONE else drives the cars besides me - lol
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thanks for all the responses! i should start maybe with a transmission fluid change because it didn't start doing this until the cold weather. any suggestions on what fluid to use? (I drive hard) also happy new year everyone.
Febi Dual Clutch Transmission Fluid
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Audi part number G052529A2
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Any updates Jblu? I am supercharged now and well I just did Ace Spade rally with DDE guys and my transmission was acting funny when I drove the car hard at times...
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Any updates Jblu? I am supercharged now and well I just did Ace Spade rally with DDE guys and my transmission was acting funny when I drove the car hard at times...
Replace the clutch packs with after market ones.
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