Any information/pricing on the newer designed stage 2 and 3 clutch from South Bend?
Just had Tyrol Sport in Ridgewood, Queens, N.Y. install the Stage 2 Daily with the silent
Unless you're ever going to go past a K04 set-up, the Stage 2 Daily 'Silent Disc' would be what I wouldBecuase I kinda am lol.
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!