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Old 07-06-2017, 07:37 AM
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I went for Comp stage 2 on mine a few weeks ago. I'm really impressed, good feel, nice bite but lighter in traffic. Win win for me. Also it's crazy cheap on (£260) on Demon Tweeks, so win win win!
Holy shit balls that's cheap! Will it hold up with HKS charger?
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Old 07-06-2017, 11:21 AM
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Holy shit balls that's cheap! Will it hold up with HKS charger?
Yep! A friend is using one with his TTS supercharger at ~400bhp with no problems, so you should be fine. Competition Clutch boast an 80% power increase capability, so that's 432bhp.
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Give it time... yours will start buzzing it's t*ts off.

I am running one, circa 10k miles old off the top of my head. Buzzing like nothing else.

Really good clutch otherwise, light like OEM and nice and grabby between gearchanges.
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Originally Posted by grantwestgarth View Post
Yep! A friend is using one with his TTS supercharger at ~400bhp with no problems, so you should be fine. Competition Clutch boast an 80% power increase capability, so that's 432bhp.
That would be me then! Yep, works a treat with my TTS kit. It's the reason I bought the CCS2 in the first place.
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I'm at just over 500 miles now with no huge difference in noise, not enough for me to notice, anyway. Chris, I don't recall yours being too bad, it didn't get my attention when we went out in it? Hmmm, time will tell!
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No noise here, but I haven't done 10k miles. About 8k.
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Mines coming out winter time. As long as she sees me through the summer that's all I am fussed about, going with ACT next.
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Originally Posted by grantwestgarth View Post
Yep! A friend is using one with his TTS supercharger at ~400bhp with no problems, so you should be fine. Competition Clutch boast an 80% power increase capability, so that's 432bhp.
Just got mine fitted, 30 miles in but the pedal is so light and the bite is great... No serious driving for me though for 500 miles to bed it in.
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Originally Posted by johnckeen View Post
Just got mine fitted, 30 miles in but the pedal is so light and the bite is great... No serious driving for me though for 500 miles to bed it in.
Yep, I felt the same way! Get ready for the worst 500 miles of your life! Haha
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My CC stage 4 is shit, as soon as it fails it's been replaced by OEM and ACT pressure plate.
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