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    Default Clutch replacement suggestions 2007 A4

    I think my clutch is in need of replacement soon on my 2007 A4 Avant 6 spd manual with a Unitronic stage 1 chip
    looking for feedback and suggestions on replacement parts, should I replace fly wheel?
    If so do I stay with dual flywheel or go with a single ?
    Thanks for your input

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    Default Re: Clutch replacement suggestions 2007 A4

    Assess the flywheel once the clutch is off.

    Personal preference for dual/single mass. You are going to get better engagement and feel with a single mass, most people we see at the shop that go to a single mass end up stalling a few times as they are leaving cause it has a different engagement. They are still happy with their decision after the couple next services. It really comes down to personal preference, after a couple days of driving you get used to the difference.
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    Default Re: Clutch replacement suggestions 2007 A4

    Did you upgrade yet? If so, what did you buy?

    Also related to your power goals too.

    From my understanding the DMF don't hold up well to elevated power levels.

    Something else to consider.
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    Default Re: Clutch replacement suggestions 2007 A4

    I have not replaced it yet, I talked with LUK and found the specs for the DMF is app 337 ft lbs of torque and the disc app 280 ft lbs of torque, so basically enough for stock power applications
    my concern was the level of noise a SMF may transmit but I am told it is minimal and the pros with a SMF conversation will out weigh the cons
    I am now looking at what SMF kit to get

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