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What is everybody using for their clutch kit needs

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I am planning to upgrade my 2002 and I need to know what works best for 150 HP.

BAV has a sport kit for like 600+, there is got to be a better deal out there.


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I've just recently installed a new JB Racing aluminum flywheel in my 76 (~160HP) which has the 320i 5-speed conversion. I'm using all 228mm parts.

I went with this combo (based on good advice from IE) for the clutch kit:

• A Sachs E30 M3 Pressure plate (this equates to the Sachs HD part in clamping force, for way less $, and retains stock-like clutch feel.)

• A Sachs Tii clutch disk (this has less copper friction material than the Sachs HD unit, but with the M3 pressure plate will hold very well.)

• A 323i Throw-out bearing (320i TO bearing is 215mm).

Depending on your particulars, you can get nice clutch kit from IE for around $200-350...

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Hi there visionaut!

i got my BMW 525i Clutch Kit at $160.

it includes:

(1) Pressure Plate

(2) Clutch Disc

(3) Release Bearing

(4) Pilot Bushing

(5) Alignment Tool

but there are also kits at around $350 or more...


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