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Xcellr-8

Clutch Upgrade Advice Needed!

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I already have the GIAC tune, Tubi exhaust, Champion Intercoolers, BOV upgrade, Champion Hard pipe & Air intake upgrade but I would LOVE to step up to the larger turbos!...However do to the fact I’m one of the odd balls who has the standard 6 speed tranny I will first have to upgrade my clutch before I can make the jump up in power. I have done a search and can’t locate anyone who offer’s a clutch upgrade for the 997.2TT…. Any suggestions???

Thanks!

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Call the guys at EVO Motorsport.. They are the one of the best. STAY AWAY FROM VIVID! You don't really need to upgrade your clutch unless you want 700+ hp. Be cautious before you take the plunge on the big Turbos. I have the same car as you and the same mods (except the intercoolers.) I too have been contimplating larger Turbos. Most of your power will come from betwwen 75mph and 150mph. (which is kind of unusable unless you track the car.) Your 0-60 time will not improve and you will have more turbo lag. Do a lot of research on Modded 997 TT cars and you will see there are some issues with drivability. It's up to you and what you want. Call the guys at EVO. I have spoken to them and they are very helpful and won't try to sell you things you don't want or need.. They can give the straight info regarding your clutch questions..

Good luck!!

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I have an ERP triple carbon w/ aluminum flywheel. Dead stop engagment can be a bit tricky with light wheel, but you'll get the hang after a half dozen kills at the stop light, then be happy. I'm guessing mine makes something a north of 700 FWHP, but it's never been on an engine dyno.

(2011 GT2 RS)

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