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*SPEC Stage 3 Clutch Kit - Nissan SR20DET

$399.00 $359.10 (You save $39.90)
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SPEC (Star Performance Engineered Clutches) Stage 3 Clutch Kit for Nissan S13/S14 SR20DET. SPEC increases the clamping force of the pressure plate and uses a Carbon or ceramic friction surface on the disc hold more power, yet maintain close to the same street manners as a full faced organic disc. Uses 6 puck SPRUNG hub clutch disc. This clutch kit is designed to hold up to 515 ft/lbs of torque! This is the ultimate street/strip clutch kit. This is a complete kit including high clamp pressure plate, throw out bearing, and clutch alignment tool.


  1. Great clutch. Intense engagment

    Posted by Max on

    I bought this clutch to replace the oem clutch on my sr20. It is a completely different feel than the oem which I personally really liked. Pretty stiff clutch that takes a little time getting used to. Funny watching your buddies try it for the first time and smoke the tires lol.
    All in all this is a very sticky clutch that handled all of the abuse I threw at it for approximately 8000 (hard) miles until my car was stolen.

  2. Outstanding Street/Slide clutch

    Posted by Unknown on

    I had one of these behind my RB20 and loved it. Broke it in and never touched it again. Never slipped, never gave me any problems sliding, never broke. Pedal feel is pretty close to stock with a noticeable engagement point close to the floor.

    To anybody that says they have a problem driving this clutch, don't pussyfoot it. I had zero issues one pumping the gas and going with this clutch, including going uphill (contrary to Patrick advising to ride the clutch at 1350, which in fact will burn these clutches up doing that regularly). Pump the gas pedal and just get off the clutch. Think of it as dumping without all the tire spinning and obnoxiousness.

  3. Good clutch, but can be overkill. Chatters

    Posted by Chuck on

    I purchased this clutch as a recommendation over the stage 2 and I've had it for about 5 years. It has a very grabby engagement and will chatter at low rpm launches. Pedal feel is like stock. If you aren't coming close to the 515 ft/lb of torque, get the stage 2. Full faced will give much better behavior and won't cut into the flywheel as much due to the softer material. It is still rated at a huge 415 ft/lb of torque.

  4. Feels GREAT after break-in

    Posted by Patrick on

    Be patient and fight the urge to stomp on ur New clutch. Properly break it in for the 500miles city/ 1000miles if mostly highway driving. I've put 1,447miles on mine n the clutch pedal and engagement definitely felt better n became easier at 850miles :0) Low rev (ease in) engagement can be a bit tricky especially from a dead stop going up hill. Revving to roughly 1350rpm will fix that n you won't have to worry about stalling out LOL

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