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Old 02-27-2007   #31  
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or learn and do it your self. dont be scared to work on your car its not as hard as people think.
I would agree 100%, out of all the things that I have done with my car the only things that I have ever gone to a shop for is alignments, dyno tuning, and some minor exhaust fabrication (just because I don't have a welder). I am confident that I will take more time and do things better than ANY shop would. I go as far as to anti-seize every single nut and bolt. It does help that I have a daily driver and don't depend on my civic for transportation. Heck my civic has been on jackstands since the begining of winter, while I put together the rear brake swap, and completely clean all suspension parts, which I have removed from the car.
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yep. stay away from any and all chain automotive shops, They are just out to make a buck and will screw you over.
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seriously you are getting ripped. if the disk wasnt slipping it was fine to leave in there. the flywheel and clutch disk have already worn together its not going to purpose a problem if they are a little worn. clutchs usually last about 100k mi. if driven properly.. a stage 2 just means more clamping force meaning it can handle more torque not that it will wear faster. especially if you havent driven any more power to it. you had a bad slave and the guy wanted to make money and charged you for hte whole clutch. i bet he didnt even install the new one....
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Im at 270,000kms with my original clutch and it's still going strong.
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