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    1. Member A3Performance's Avatar
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      04-20-2013 05:12 PM #26
      Quote Originally Posted by FourSeasonTuning.com View Post
      When the dampening feature is added does it effect overall performance of the clutch. I definitely interested in a Stage 3 Endurance and also adding the silent package to it.
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      01-17-2014 09:51 PM #27
      Have had your Stage II Daily (with silent upgrade) in my 6-speed - 2012 K04 Turbo Beetle
      for the past 5,000 miles and it is perfect for spirited city driving.

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      02-19-2014 02:05 PM #28
      Becuase I kinda am lol.

      Question:

      I know there are obvious mechanical differences in the 3 types of clutch, (daily, drag, and endurance), as a daily driver, the stage 2 daily sounds practical and smart because im just about done hearing the glazed pressure plate 'wooot' noise everytime i let off the clutch... Anyway, back to the question, what's the difference the driver would notice, while driving, between the 3?

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      02-20-2014 08:19 AM #29
      Quote Originally Posted by John2.8GLI View Post
      Becuase I kinda am lol.

      Question:

      I know there are obvious mechanical differences in the 3 types of clutch, (daily, drag, and endurance), as a daily driver, the stage 2 daily sounds practical and smart because im just about done hearing the glazed pressure plate 'wooot' noise everytime i let off the clutch... Anyway, back to the question, what's the difference the driver would notice, while driving, between the 3?

      Thank you much!

      -John
      Unless you're ever going to go past a K04 set-up, the Stage 2 Daily 'Silent Disc' would be what I would
      recommend. Once you get past the Stage 2 Daily, pressure requirements on the clutch make it a tiring
      exercise in city driving. The Stage 2 Daily can more than handle any added power levels produced by a
      stronger K04 Turbo without having you worry about damaging the tranny. However, I would definitely
      think about adding the HPA 'dog bone' Red (75 durometer) insert that uses your existing hardware.
      Personally, I also upgraded my 2012 TB's tranny mount to the VWRacing one, not to mention that the
      upper motor mount was swapped out for the one from the Golf R.. This combination, with upgraded
      Whiteline (75 durometer) Front Lower Arm Bushings and Rear Trailer Arm Bushings, has my car running
      beautifully with no vibrations.

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      04-07-2014 05:36 AM #30
      Ordered mine a few weeks ago and had it installed last week at the dealership. I have a K04 setup and decided to go with the Stg3 daily. Slightly different setup than the one listed above. Spoke to James (?) I believe and he was very helpful.

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      06-04-2015 03:57 AM #35
      are these clutches compatible to dq250? or do you have any performance clutches that is suitable for dq250?

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