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Old 20th October 2008, 16:25   #16
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Unless you were serious about Raid De Himalays!?
You never know bhai. I love to take this car for drives. Remember, it does not have rev limiter.

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Shashank Bhai, nothing to worry.. both are more or less equivalent.. Look at the pocket friendliest one

Do take care from whom you get it installed, as this is a job for which one needs to be very much experienced.
Thats what I was thinking about.

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My friend also recommends a Korean brand in the market called 'PHC' which is very good too. The all India distributor is in Kashmere Gate.
PHC is a collaboration of Valeo only. In Patel Nagar, its available for Rs.1260. The Ceekay one is available for Rs.1950 approx.

If you ask for Valeo Clutch, they give you PHC only. However its the Blue box. I am wondering whats the difference in the Green Box, Valeo marked clutch.
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Old 23rd October 2008, 09:42   #17
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I have got the Ceekay Clutch installed. Total cost Rs.2900.

Clutch Assembly = Rs. 1950
Bearing = Rs.450
Labour = Rs.500
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Old 23rd October 2008, 14:23   #18
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Shashank, I'm very sorry for not posting the prices before. It completely skipped my mind.

What you paid for the Clutch Assembly is almost the same, considering the quote I got.

Where did you get this done from?
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What you paid for the Clutch Assembly is almost the same, considering the quote I got.
I know this. Fortunately I do not live in South Delhi, being a resident of Patel Nagar, Karol Bagh is like a next door neighbor for us. So the rates of parts in Patel Nagar as well are quite decent.

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Where did you get this done from?
Got it done from our family 'mechanic' , in Patel Nagar only.
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Old 23rd October 2008, 23:17   #20
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just to let you, the car reached 95 kmph in 2nd gear, and there was still some power left. Is it good enough ?
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Old 23rd October 2008, 23:41   #21
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I Guess that's good enough for a 1.3 Carb engine
Congrats for finally getting the picaso back in shape ( except the body )
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May be off topic but how are these compared to Exedy clutch. I have seen many modified cars using this. Is Exedy meant only for modified cars? I have asked similar question in the Swift modification thread but no answer!
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Wise choice. Ceekay is the way to go!

@adi99-> IMHO, every petrol swift needs an upgraded clutch. Exedy Stage1 fits the bill perfectly.
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Wise choice. Ceekay is the way to go!

@adi99-> IMHO, every petrol swift needs an upgraded clutch. Exedy Stage1 fits the bill perfectly.
Thank you, ScarySkulls! So Exedy stage1 will be much better than ceekay and valeo. Correct? How much does it cost in Bangalore, any idea?
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Default ceekay or valeo clutch for baleno?

I recently brought my baleno, have given it for servicing. Today I got a call saying that there is a clutch slippage & it is better to change the clutch.

So I am wondering which brand would be better for the baleno, the ceekay or valeo?

MASS recommends valeo, they say it is lighter on the foot. On the other hand ceekay's are hard and tend to last longer.


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I have bad experience with valeo twice ( its soft but gives up in heavy ghat traffic) so recommend ceekay ( my friend uses it, clutch is harder than mine)
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Bump !
I wanted to go in for either Asco or Daikin for my G13B Esteem but since neither of them were available, had to settle down for Ceekay or Valeo. Got a call from the mechanic that he managed to get Valeo. Not sure how its going to turn out. Keeping my fingers crossed.

P.S: Any sources where one can get Daikin or Asco for the Esteem ?
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70% of UK cars run on valeo clutch. Valeo is a trusted brand in other countries like Australia too. I had used it in my Rover MkII.
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Default Re: Ceekay VS Valeo, which Clutch

there is clutch bearing sound in my zen, do i need to change entire cluth assembly to change the bearings...
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there is clutch bearing sound in my zen, do i need to change entire cluth assembly to change the bearings...
It depends on how long you have run your car on your current clutch ?
How is the clutch feel / slippage etc ?

Once you open up to change the clutch bearing see what is the condition of clutch , pressure plate , flywheel too and then you can make a informed decision whether to change or not .

You can just change the clutch bearing too .
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