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Performance Clutch & Flywheel

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I have a 2002 Boxster S that I just bought, and am looking into a better

clutch and lighter flywheel. I plan on doing major engine changes, along

with suspension upgrades; but at this point I know the current clutch is already getting ready to go.

This will need to stay streetable, but I want better performance and do not want to put a stock clutch back in.

What is everyones recommendation and pricing of all the clutch related parts and the lighter flywheels? I am new to this platform, so I am not ready sure of what is available.

I was thinking about a ceramic clutch, but I am by no means a clutch expert.

This is a car that will be driven on the street, but is not my everyday car.

I don't mind it being a less "comfortable" or quiet, as I am looking for as much performance out of it as I can, without going strictly track or making it undriveable during the inevitable stop and go traffic that it will sometimes be in.

I understand that the clutch life may be the same as a stock one. As long as it is not a very short lifespan, the longevity is not a concern.

Probably slightly more street time than track, but much of the street will be highway driving.


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