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Features -Always fit new springs which get tired after miles of heat and use -EBC spring kits are 10% stiffer than standard and are sold in engine sets -Lever will feel slightly heavier when uprating springs, test ride to adjust to difference. Please Note: Springs Only. No steel plates or Friction plates.
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I would buy them again
from Downingtown, PA
Comments about EBC CSK Clutch Spring Kit:
They do exactly what they're supposed to do; stiffen the clutch a bit...but these are NOT a "quick fix" for a clutch that needs to be replaced.When I installed them I noticed my clutch could need replacing due to the smell and texture of the plates but they did get my stock clutch a little more snap. NOTE: when replacing the springs, DO NOT over torque the bolts...I snapped one off in my clutch hub and had a hell of a time drilling it out and extracting it...torque until they stop and just a half click more (9lbs of torque I believe)
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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4 of 5 installed + broken bolt
Stock springs vs new EBC's
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Better then OEM
from Tempe, AZ
Bought to replace stock springs after noticing some slippage into 2nd and 3rd gear at all speeds, made me look like a noob. On my way home after installing beat a Mustang Gt at a light. It's been a week since I installed them and have not felt any slippage at any speed.
Not a Prob
from Huntsville, TX
Great replacement for the O.E.M counterpart. bolted right up and was ready to go.
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By El Sepu
Just the facts here: I bought these because I had to do so some repairs in the trans, and figured may as well change some clutch parts, like the springs. I ordered these because they were cheaper than factory + "improved design"I completed the repairs I had to do, reinstalled the clutch boss and the fiction discs, etc, and as I am assembling these springs trying to get them to the factory setting of 8 N/m of torque I hear a snap... I figure this is just the spring settling... another snap... Ok, I disassemble everything, and notice the bottom of the spring seats in the pressure plate are cracked and broken off. GRRRRR!!!!So I figure old clutch boss + new stiffer springs = too much for the press plate to take. That I get. But the problem is that these aftermarket parts did not warn me about this. Neither stated to possibly change the torque to a lower setting. So, I reordered the boss, pressure plate and FACTORY springs... Just an extra $188 I did not want to spend. I do not want to take a chance again so I got factory springs.In short, my "savings" of ~$40 turned into an expense of almost $200... I will drop EBC to the bottom of my list of aftermarket choices from now on.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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