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I think that I'm gonna have to order a clutch today, and I wanna know if I should get the stage 3 or stage 4.

I know that the stage 4 says it's instant engagement, but I thought I read about here about some people who say it's not entirely true.

I can handle a little 'rough' engagement, but I don't want anything instant ... and this will be for daily driving.
 

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i have the clutchmasters stage 3 and i love it. it tears up the track, instant engagement through the gears and u can still feather it off the line enough that the tires will grab and not spin. i have slicks and i can still spin the slicks if i dump the clutch. in traffic 1st gear chatters a lil bit and reverse does also.
 

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What are your goals with the car power wise?

I'd go with the stage 3 unless you have plans for making more than 500ft/lbs of torque. A stage 4 clutch will be harder on your transmission geartrain and axles, something you want to stay away from unless its absolutely required for the amount of power you'll be making.
 

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Eventually I'll be going with a Psi-Fi kit. I want something that will definatly last me a while. I wound up ordering the Stage 4 because Modern Performance didn't have any S3's in stock. I hope I can live with it! *crosses fingers*
 

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03srt4me said:
Eventually I'll be going with a Psi-Fi kit. I want something that will definatly last me a while. I wound up ordering the Stage 4 because Modern Performance didn't have any S3's in stock. I hope I can live with it! *crosses fingers*
i have the stage 4 clutch, very easy to use and run with
first gear is a real pain in the ass in traffic, but otherwise its a good setup
 
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