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Good work, should hold out well on your current power figures
The previous clutch was an ACT OZ item .
Would any one believe it would last that long ....installed in 2016 clamping pressure is still good but its juddering quite badly ....maybe due to the flywheel being burnt and case hardened , but ill post photos of the old flywheel and we will see if it can be rescued .
More to come about lightened flywheels and how they affect the drive of your car.
 

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I'm sure the pedal will be fine..... hahhhaaaa

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I tried a Fidanza 4.3Kg many years back in my Impreza and it was a pig for normal driving. Any kind of hill start was a right pain, dont think I would ever go that light again.... What weight is your new one?
 

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I'm sure the pedal will be fine..... hahhhaaaa

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I tried a Fidanza 4.3Kg many years back in my Impreza and it was a pig for normal driving. Any kind of hill start was a right pain, dont think I would ever go that light again.... What weight is your new one?
8kg my previous one thats now out weighed 6.8 , still a pain on hill starts ,i figure the 8kg one should be happy medium .
the thing that no one seems to mention about lightened flywheels is that you loose all engine braking .
 
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