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420A Clutch recommendation

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Emazzii- insta

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Mar 7, 2022
Adelanto ca, California
Anyone know or a good clutch to buy want to upgrade but I have a 99 eclipes GS
 
No need to upgrade unless you're making much more power than stock. Exedy makes good stock replacements. SouthEastern Clutch makes a good mild upgrade kit. Anything better like SouthBend will run you high dollar and isn't worth it, unless like I said you're making much more power than the car was built to handle.
 
Okay thanks cause I’m looking at this stage 2 clutch for 400 bucks so I think I might go with it and it’s Exedy Cerametallic
 
No need to upgrade unless you're making much more power than stock. Exedy makes good stock replacements. SouthEastern Clutch makes a good mild upgrade kit. Anything better like SouthBend will run you high dollar and isn't worth it, unless like I said you're making much more power than the car was built to handle.
I’m about to get this clutch called “South Bend / DXD Racing Clutch 95-99 Mitsubishi Eclipse Non-Turbo 2L Stg 2 Daily Clutch Kit (w/ FW)” for my turbo 420a, 1 will the throwout bearing be good it looks like the one I have and I need a new one 2 should I replace the clutch fork too?
 
I’m about to get this clutch called “South Bend / DXD Racing Clutch 95-99 Mitsubishi Eclipse Non-Turbo 2L Stg 2 Daily Clutch Kit (w/ FW)” for my turbo 420a, 1 will the throwout bearing be good it looks like the one I have and I need a new one 2 should I replace the clutch fork too?
The throwout bearing is probably a NSK or National, which is what almost every 420a clutch kit will come with. I don't see a reason not to use it.

No need to replace the clutch fork, unless it is abnormally damaged. They can last for quite some time. I'd be worried more about the pivot ball than the fork, but even those seem to last long. I normally try to shake the clutch fork and check for play when the transmission is out.
 
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