2000 VW New Beetle 1.8T
I'm looking for some feedback on a lightweight flywheel and clutch upgrade. Who has done what and how do you like it. Thanks.
Tell me more! Speed's clutch is SHOT. He was acting funny right before I got the new GLI, but I haven't dirven him since then. I pulled him out of the garage yesterday for a wash/drive and I knew what the problem was: the clutch. I laready e-mailed ECS about the kit and asked for a quote for installation since they are only 45 minutes from me.Zookie said:Hey, nice mods there. Now i would suggest not to worry about your Clutch untill you Blow it. Its point less upgrading it. If and when you do blow, i would sugest using the VR6 Clutch. www.ecstuning.com they have eveything you need. Infact their Stage 1 Clutch/Flywheel kits on sale. That what i have on my car. The Flywheel is like a G60 Flywheel its much lighter than Stock. Good Luck and cheak out my Dub, click on my Sig
I went with the Autotech stage2 clutch kit and lighten flywheel. I love the way it grabs, faster revs and jsut all around feels better. I just got done Sat swaping it from my first bug to my second one along with the tranny. I had totaled the firts one. My roommate and I did everything ourselves in my apt garage in a few hours. FYI : the upgraded front swaybar may get in the way, so draining the fluid and removing the hub will help alot.prettygood said:I'm looking for some feedback on a lightweight flywheel and clutch upgrade. Who has done what and how do you like it. Thanks.