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just like the title says i looking to buy a new clutch/flywheel kit for my 06 i just hit 96K miles its my daily driver and i know my oem clutch isn't as good as it used to be lol, just want some options and see what other people are using out there on there tsx keep in mind price too

thanks for the info and advice in advance!

probably gonna change my master/slave clutch cylinder too
 

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Competition Clutch 11.5 lb flywheel, works great.. perfect for daily duty.
 

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Competition Stage 4 and 8lb flywheel has been on my Built DD for a few years now. Still strong and grabs like no other. No clutch chatter and very smooth engagement.
 

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thanks for the info guys! just looking for something better than oem not trying to build a race car or n e thing like that lol. maybe a stage 1 or 2 at the most, anybody running n e clutch/flywheel for rsx type s? seems to be a lil cheaper the clutch kits for our tsxs
 

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I had my competition stage 4 on my car when I only had an CAI and Header. Don't mind the stages.. always look at the design. Mine is a 6 puck and to me feels better than 3 puck and disk type clutches.
 

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I have a rsx-s flywheel and exedy sage 1 clutch. Easy to drive, wont kill your foot in traffic.. grips nice, and is cost effective
Same. Got a jdm dc5 flywheel. I got mine off autofair honda.
Nice and light, perfect for daily purposes.
 

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Same. Got a jdm dc5 flywheel. I got mine off autofair honda.
Nice and light, perfect for daily purposes.
Also have the dc5 flywheel with the exedy stage 1 kit. However my exedy clutch plate after a year shows a lot of wear n tear. Don't know if that was due to my motor rebuild or how aggresively I release my clutch. But overall its a great daily setup.
 

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I have a rsx-s flywheel and exedy sage 1 clutch. Easy to drive, wont kill your foot in traffic.. grips nice, and is cost effective
nice thats sounds like a set up i might do, so u have a stage 1 exedy for a tsx or rsx type s? and is that a oem rsx type s flywheel?
 

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I went through 2 Exedy stage 2 clutches both around 25k miles.. I never touched Exedy again after that.
 

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For people who go the DC5 flywheel route, does it HAVE to be the OEM Type S flyhweel or can it be a new flywheel that is labeled as being for any DC5?

After that, does it still require a DC5 clutch/pressure plate or can I just get that for a TSX or is it all the same? I'm a little confused on this...
 

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For people who go the DC5 flywheel route, does it HAVE to be the OEM Type S flyhweel or can it be a new flywheel that is labeled as being for any DC5?

After that, does it still require a DC5 clutch/pressure plate or can I just get that for a TSX or is it all the same? I'm a little confused on this...
you need a k20 flywheel and clutch.

ive got a lightweight flywheel cant remeber the weight maybe 5kg i think and an exedy stage 2 clutch
 
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