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999autoshop
20-11-13, 01:25 PM
Now available from Competition Clutch in Australia! Unbeatable prices on the awesome products from America's fastest growing performance clutch company. These are in stock in Australia and ready to go! Backed by replacement warranty. We can also install these in out workshops in Brisbane and Sydney. Please inquire for more details.

http://www.competitionclutch.com/

Evo 1-3 Stage 2 HD Organic $480, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $500

Evo 4-6 Stage 2 HD Organic $900, Stage 3 Cushion Button $960, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $900

Evo 7-9 Stage 2 HD Organic $500, Stage 3 Cushion Button $600, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $500

Evo X Stage 2 HD Organic $550, Stage 3 Cushion Button $650, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $550, Twin Disc $1500

S13/14/15 SR20DET Stage 1 HD Organic $280, Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $400, $400, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $425, Stage 5 4 Puck Ceramic $425, Twin plate $1400, LW Steel Flywheel $380

Skyline GTST (pull type) RB20/25/30 Stage 1 HD Organic $280, Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $400, $400, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $425, Stage 5 4 Puck Ceramic $425, Twin plate $1400, LW Steel Flywheel $400

300ZX VG30DETT Stage 2 HD Organic $500, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $550, LW Flywheel for TT $500, LW Flywheel for non turbo $450, Twin plate $1400

350Z V35 Stage 2 HD Organic $600, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $650, LW Flywheel for 03-06 $505, LW Flywheel for 07-09 $525, Twin plate $1400

370Z Stage 2 HD Organic $600, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $650, LW Flywheel for 03-06 $505, LW Flywheel for 07-09 $525

Civic/Integra B16/18 OEM replacement $230, Stage 2 HD Sports Organic $400, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $450, LW Flywheel Steel $260, Super LW Flywheel Steel $300, Super Single Plate $900, Twin Plate $1400

S2000 Stage 2 HD Sports Organic $500, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $525, LW Flywheel Steel $380, Super LW Flywheel Steel $400

Honda K series K20A/K24A OEM replacement $280, Stage 2 HD Sports Organic $480, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $500, LW Flywheel Steel $350, Super LW Flywheel Steel $380, Super Single Plate $900, Twin Plate $1400

WRX/STI GC8 5 speed OEM replacement $400, Stage 2 HD Sports Organic $500, Stage 3 Cushion Button $600, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $520, 2L LW Flywheel Steel $350

WRX/STI 02-12 6 speed Stage 2 HD Sports Organic $550, Stage 3 Cushion Button $600, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $600, STI LW Flywheel $450

WRX 5 speed 2.5L Kit including LW flywheel Stage 2 HD Sports Organic $925, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $950

WRX 5 speed 02-05 Twin plate $1700
WRX 6 speed 02-09 Twin plate $1700

Liberty/Forester Non turbo OEM replacement $500, Stage 2 HD Sports Organic $600

BRZ/86 Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $875, Stage 3 Cushion Button $950, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $900, Stage 5 4 Puck Ceramic $900

AE86/MR2/Corolla 4AGE 1.6L Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $450 (200mm disc), Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $475 (200mm disc), Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $450 (212mm disc), Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $475 (212mm disc)

MR2 3SGTE 90-95 Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $500, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $525, LW Flywheel 90-92 $400

MR2 1ZZFE 00-05 Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $460, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $490

Supra 7MGTE Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $700, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $725

Supra 2JZGTE Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $1000, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $1100, LW Flywheel 1JZ $400, LW Flywheel 2JZ $500

RX7 93-95 13B Stage 2 Sports HD Organic $850, Stage 4 6 Puck Ceramic $875, LW Flywheel 89-92 RX7/04-09RX8 $350, Twin Plate $1400

999autoshop
21-11-13, 04:40 PM
1st deal going to a customer with a 2JZ JZA80 6 Puck Ceramic!

999autoshop
06-12-13, 01:00 PM
Burnt your clutch? Git up on some awesome clutches for killer prices!

999autoshop
07-01-14, 04:12 PM
Hot clutch deals.

Reviews and feedback will be coming soon. customers have purchased for the following so far:

FT86/BRZ
EK civic
R33/32/31 (RB20/25/30)
Evo 7-9
S13 (SR20det)

999autoshop
30-01-14, 03:04 PM
Everyone is loving these clutches!

999autoshop
12-02-14, 12:24 PM
Just had a drive on a 6 puck ceramic setup and DAMN! Don't miss out.

Type-Rice
28-02-14, 05:07 PM
any customer reviews?

999autoshop
03-03-14, 01:21 PM
Coming shortly! I've got one in my car but we'll get some more diverse feedback up here!

davecarter
03-03-14, 01:33 PM
I'm running one of the sprung 6-puck ceramics in mine and couldn't be happier with it. As to be expected with a high-bite clutch, there is a little bit of chatter if you don't bring the revs up but it is getting smoother and smoother all the time with wear. I previously ran an Exedy Organic clutch and this absolutely smokes it. The pedal feel is basically stock but it will happily snap 3rd with not even a hint of slip under full power behind a 230kW RB30. Highly recommend them and will be running Competition Clutches again.

(Locky)
03-03-14, 05:54 PM
ANy actual details besides what 'stage' it is

Whats the pressue plate rating and what are they rated to?
site seemed to not work in half the menus

999autoshop
04-03-14, 02:27 PM
It's tough to gauge exact power ratings and when they are rated specifically they're not usually accurate. The thing to factor in the most is the torque figure. Just let us know the engine and power/torque figures you expect and we'll provide the best recommendation!

Type-Rice
07-03-14, 10:22 AM
I'm running one of the sprung 6-puck ceramics in mine and couldn't be happier with it. As to be expected with a high-bite clutch, there is a little bit of chatter if you don't bring the revs up but it is getting smoother and smoother all the time with wear. I previously ran an Exedy Organic clutch and this absolutely smokes it. The pedal feel is basically stock but it will happily snap 3rd with not even a hint of slip under full power behind a 230kW RB30. Highly recommend them and will be running Competition Clutches again.

with the Exedy were you use the homo looking pink pressure plate OR the silver sports pressure plate?

Which comp clutch you running?



ANy actual details besides what 'stage' it is

Whats the pressue plate rating and what are they rated to?
site seemed to not work in half the menus

LOL that was what I was confused about too.. there's no indication of what "stages" mean

999autoshop
07-03-14, 01:03 PM
with the Exedy were you use the homo looking pink pressure plate OR the silver sports pressure plate?

Which comp clutch you running?


LOL that was what I was confused about too.. there's no indication of what "stages" mean

Dave's got the RB stage 4 6 puck ceramic. Previously had the pink plate Exedy.

The stage is a bit confusing but the main thing to focus on is what you are using the car for. If it's a street car with moderate power it's generally best to keep to the organic clutches as they are more street friendly and have more forgiving engagement. If it's for track and has more power the ceramics are a better bet. If it's a street car with high power and big torque you will need to let us know the power figure and we can give you a recommendation. The Stages are a guideline for comparison to other clutches in the market that use that rating system.

whyte
07-03-14, 02:31 PM
had a stage 2 in an evo 7 for 12 months, thrust bearing centre on the pressure plate cracked in 2 pieces. running 200awkw (so not big power) and launched twice. happened to few other evo guys.

got a replacement after many to and fro with the other dealer after he refused to give refund but i was hesitant so will see how this replacement goes.

clutch pedal feel isn't that great, hill starts if not done properly burn easily and gets smelly.

http://i41.tinypic.com/11skxg5.jpg
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if you could, i would stay away and go with something else (eg: NPC/Exedy)

999autoshop
07-03-14, 04:45 PM
I would say that's a very unusual case. 1st negative feedback I've heard but appreciate you sharing it. If you had purchased through us the replacement on anything with an issue is drama free and very fast. Exedy is not a good option for anything warranty related and if you have a look you will find a lot more negative stories about their clutches. We also offer NPC which is always an excellent option for quality, service, and reliability however the price reflects that as well.

Type-Rice
07-03-14, 05:52 PM
wow, that's enough to keep me away

my car is making 300+ kWs and get's abused on the track as well as the street.

999autoshop
10-03-14, 03:56 PM
1 bad review shouldn't keep anyone away. We've sold dozens of clutches now for a range of cars and power from 100kw up to 500kw and nothing but good feedback. This includes track cars and drift cars that see nothing but abuse. Their warranty offers 2 replacement clutches if anything goes wrong. One to replace a failure and another to cover the labor cost for replacement. Hard to match that confidence and support. We'll get some more feedback up here for a wider variety of cars!

999autoshop
11-03-14, 11:53 AM
After looking into the issue with the Evo clutch, we have found that the above customer was offered a replacement clutch and free fitted and given/offered after sales warranty directly from Competition Clutch but refused it. He also had more than 15,000ks-25000ks and still had that offer given as a showing of good faith and customer support. No other company will offer that sort of warranty even after used on track, or that amount of kms done, not even brands like Exedy, ACT, XTREME, NPC, etc...

In this particular case there was a lot of help offered and it was looked into thoroughly by CC USA and in Australia. The support was there without question. Furthermore, this was the only clutch to come up like that and it seems that the incident only had single wave washer used but should have had 2 wave washers. All the evo clutch kits come with 2 wave washers now. The clips are manufactured up to OEM specifications and we have very little problems with them here and in U.S. even though evo clutches are notoriously problematic.

We hope this clears things up a bit and provides some background info for the 1 issue mentioned so far.

whyte
11-03-14, 12:52 PM
thanks for confirming 999

there is actually 2 cases with same fault (may be bad batch problem) as both were purchased at same time but also alot of other cases of clutches lasting no more than 10,000km, all evo related so only need to see the large thread on evooz forum about it.
the other fella with the same issue i spoke to refused to accept replacement but i gave the company and the clutch another chance to prove me wrong.
we'll see how it goes but so far it isn't looking good as clutch pedal has starting to feel funny even with clutch pedal adjustment.

only time will tell.

just a note, competition clutch market their stage 2 clutches "for modified cars that see weekend track use or aggressive street use" they should not in any way deny any warranty claim as covered by ACCC as the product is not fit for purpose as claimed by the manufacturer.
my clutch lasted 14 months, which is not a very long time at all for a clutch that is daily driven.

may be an issue with 4WD only as it does put alot more strain on drivetrain components. just leaving my feedback for others to consider with the experience i personally had.
no dramas with after sales support, only the actual product. oh and the broken clutch is still sitting at the workshop waiting for collection, maybe it is a common issue as they don't want it haha

999autoshop
11-03-14, 01:42 PM
Thanks for the reply mate

Those are the only 2 issues they have had so far with so many clutches that have been sold for evo here in AU and comparison to amount sold in U.S with very low warranty claims. Please keep in mind the volume of sales on these clutches especially in the US are huge. Even with massive volume of clutches in use, the issues are few and far between.

flyingtomato
12-03-14, 11:21 PM
Just dropping in to leave my feedback on the competition clutch ive got through 999.

To start off with i own a toyota GT86 which ive turbo'd and the OEM clutch started shitting itself as it wasnt able to hold the torque. This is my only car and daily driver, but im also planning to make big power on it.

999 recommended me the cushioned button clutch for holding power but also driveability and i must say i really like it.

I've done 2000kms so far and after adjusting to getting used to a button clutch i cant fault it. Holds the power really well and has a little slip vs the traditional button clutches.

I'll check back in after ive put more km's on the clutch but so far so good!!
(i have a build thread if anyones interested in seeing more)

999autoshop
22-05-14, 03:23 PM
Give us a call for the best prices around on these clutches and installation!

999autoshop
17-11-14, 04:16 PM
Stock available and ready to buy off the shelf at our Sydney and Brisbane shops now!