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Thread: Tarmac Engineering-Southbend DXD Clutch Dealer

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    With the MK6 R's getting a few Km's on them we're starting to see a lot of clutch orders coming through.

    We're happy to answer any questions you may have about which clutch is right for you.

    A few of these badboys going out. Single mass fly wheel = better acceleration = picks up chicks



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    Which kit would you recommend with a stage 2+ S3 with frequent track/drag use and possible turbo upgrade in the future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bfeboi View Post
    Which kit would you recommend with a stage 2+ S3 with frequent track/drag use and possible turbo upgrade in the future?
    If your doing frequent track/drags then we would recommend the Stage 3 Endurance,

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    Not sure if already answered, but how long/how much cost to install?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarmac View Post

    A few of these badboys going out. Single mass fly wheel = better acceleration = picks up chicks
    If no chicks come cause of the increased acceleration, is there a refund? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pharkus View Post
    Not sure if already answered, but how long/how much cost to install?
    Costs vary from mech to mech. Best to just call up and get a quote. $450-$900.

    Quote Originally Posted by mattyeR20 View Post
    If no chicks come cause of the increased acceleration, is there a refund? :P
    Absolutely NOT. haha

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    I wouldn't believe Bens claims on the chicks noticing it hahaha! mine hasn't noticed the Single mass, or the intake, or the exhaust hahaha or the fact my car is a R now and not a GTI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon_R View Post
    I wouldn't believe Bens claims on the chicks noticing it hahaha! mine hasn't noticed the Single mass, or the intake, or the exhaust hahaha or the fact my car is a R now and not a GTI
    now thats a keeper

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    Hi guys, do you still stock Southbend Clutch and Flywheel kits? I can't find it on the website.

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