7.5 6MT Accord Best Budget Clutch Kit?

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I currently own a 06-V6-6 Speed Accord with around 135k miles and with my OEM clutch getting near to the end of it’s life. I’ve been looking at a lot of sites and searching through forums on trying to find the best budget clutch kit that can perform better than OEM but not costing two arms and a leg. And the car is my daily, so something streetable but not to race car if you know what I mean. I don’t beat the car down every time I have the opportunity, but I’m more of the once every other weekend spirited drive type of guy. And I understand it’s not going to be cheap, you gotta pay to play but something that is an overall good budget clutch kit you can recommend.

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Asked on February 6, 2020 1:29 am
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If you plan to stay NA with your build, OEM will work just fine. We have ran a stock OEM (LUK) clutch as high as 350whp/345wtq with our J30a5 on 100 shot of nitrous and it held that for about 3-40k miles. Currently we run a Spec 3+ clutch which will hold around 680tq (750whP) with their LW flywheel, but it's not "Budget" at all. The great thing about the 3+ is that it holds a ton of power but the clutch pedal feel is nearly stock, slightly stiffer but wont wear your leg out in normal city driving. We have seen some customers run the stock clutch plate but upgrade the Pressure plate to a South Bend Plate. As mentioned above, the stock clutch plate can hold quite a bit of power, it's the stock self adjusting pressure plate which is weak and ends up causing the stock clutch to slip, but with an upgarded pressure plate you should be able to run 350whp reliability. Hope this was help. P.A. Brickman Owner of HalferLand Performance
( at February 7, 2020 4:48 pm)
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If you plan to stay NA with your build, OEM will work just fine. We have ran a stock OEM (LUK) clutch as high as 350whp/345wtq with our J30a5 on 100 shot of nitrous and it held that for about 3-40k miles. Currently we run a Spec 3+ clutch which will hold around 680tq (750whP) with their LW flywheel, but it's not "Budget" at all. The great thing about the 3+ is that it holds a ton of power but the clutch pedal feel is nearly stock, slightly stiffer but wont wear your leg out in normal city driving. We have seen some customers run the stock clutch plate but upgrade the Pressure plate to a South Bend Plate. As mentioned above, the stock clutch plate can hold quite a bit of power, it's the stock self adjusting pressure plate which is weak and ends up causing the stock clutch to slip, but with an upgarded pressure plate you should be able to run 350whp reliability. Hope this was help. P.A. Brickman Owner of HalferLand Performance

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