Is the ClutchMasters FX200 supposed to have some light chattering at low RPM? Mine is very new, and chatters lightly when engaging below 2000RPM. It seems normal to me, but I just want to see if anyone else can attest to this.[/b]
Normal,Practically brand new. Less than 500 miles.[/b]
What stageclutch would you guys recommend me getting if I am looking for the best match between performance and daily traffic comfort. I know I am gtting at least stage 2, but would a stage 3 clutch be really herky jerky?[/b]
I like my stage 3 also. If I were to do it again, I'm not sure if I'd go 2 or 3. 3 is supposed to have more life for the same price, that's why I went with it. Its easy enough to drive even with the fidanza flywheel.
edit: I think I'd go with a different material than kevlar next time if I ever got another clutch. Just another thought.[/b]
So why no love for the kevlar? I'm a noob when it comes to this stuff and my clutch is slipping, so I'm going to be getting myself a new one, hopefully, a new flywheel, and definitely a phantom grip.[/b]
What happened with your issue?I'm sorry that I keep kicking around this topic. Not a very fruitful thread, I know. But unfortunately this chatter/shudder problem seems to be getting worse, and I really want to figure it out before I tear my car apart all over again.
I was wondering if the lower engine mount could be part of my problem. I still have the stock engine mount. Perhaps the stock mount allows too much engine movement when I engage the clutch causing the shaking. Is that a possiblity? Would the CPE potentially improve this?
My other thought is that my exedy flywheel is warped. Either it was warped before install, or has become warped through repeated heat cycles. The exedy flywheel that I installed was not machined because I figured a brand new flywheel would be ready to go. Is this true?[/b]