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    Guys,

    wondering what everyone is running for their BMW Turbos on a clutch and flywheel basis.

    Any feedback appreciated.

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    Depends very much on your power level whether you need to uprate or not.

    I bought an ACT lightweight flywheel, carbon kevlar clutch and uprated pressure plate set.
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    Cheers Will decided on a Helix clutch and DW lightend flywheel. Aiming for a max of 450
     
     

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    As ever my advice is to look at the troque over the power when choosing a clutch. Torque is what will cause the clutch to slip.

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    Rish tourque should be pretty even in relation to HP and the clutch is rated to over 500 so hopefully it'll hold
     
     

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    Decided on a Helix clutch and DW flywheel
     
     

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    I always use a M20 flywheel, Sachs 618 plate and a 4 or 6puck disc.
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