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Old 7th November 2007, 19:00   #1
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hi could bhpians can highlight me about the performance clutch for suzuki baleno and where from i could get it and for how much?
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Old 8th November 2007, 04:51   #2
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Why would you want a performance clutch for your car? And which model year is it?
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Old 25th November 2007, 19:36   #3
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There is a stage 2 dieken exedy available for about 18k I guess. Apart from that you also have turbo clutches from suzisport retailing for about 400 AUD (18k landed). Or you could also try suzukird for clutches ranging from 300-400 USD.
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Old 26th November 2007, 10:19   #4
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stick to exedy formerly known as "daikin" provide value for money and are good..
suzisport have a good deal..prevent clutch slip at high revs
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Amit, I would rather prefer picking the one up from Suzi to the Daiken for almost the same price. The suzisport is a tried and tested piece and a lot of friends who got them for their swifts are immensely happy as well. Besides the point, its a turbo clutch or so they advocate and retails for about 13k INR + shipping + taxes.

I will be getting one fairly soon. Will post up my review on it sometime in Jan end or Feb beginning.
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OT: awesome0163, can we have some pics of your Baleno please, in a seperate thread of course.
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Old 27th November 2007, 15:49   #7
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As far as I know suzi sport supply daikin clutches otherwise known Exedy.
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Old 27th November 2007, 17:39   #8
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there you go psyco..exedy= daikin
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Suzisport buys from Daiken/Exedy. They buy the stock replacement clutches and mark them 'heavy-duty'. Very nice. Here's a nice thread.

Do let us know how your Suzisport works out.
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well v1p3r,
I would disagree.
I had the suzisport clutch (3 years ago) and it was "heavyduty"
the stock (new)clutch would start slipping at 4500rpm but this held good till 8400rpm
I would say stick to suzisport its the exedy clutch SZK-7052HD
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the stock (new)clutch would start slipping at 4500rpm but this held good till 8400rpm
Somewhat OT - but what are the tell-tale signs of a slipping clutch at that RPM?
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engine still revs but no power or loss in power being transferred to the wheels
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engine still revs but no power or loss in power being transferred to the wheels
Ok, but how would one differentiate from a normal falling torque curve? You mean a loss of power, when one is aware that the torque does not fall at that RPM?
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experience.... or mechanic
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Ananth of N1 is the distributor for these heavy duty clutches in India. Suzisport has apparently shipped a huge consignment for the swifts to Bombay. Waiting some details from SRD.
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