Are EXEDY clutches any good?

Are EXEDY clutches any good?

Fantastic quality clutch, with detailed instructions for installation including pitfalls and why not to do certain things. Exedy knows what they are doing and you cant go wrong with this clutch.


Our advanced engineering and patented innovations have made us the leading OEM manufacturer in the world for Clutches and other powertrain components. EXEDY is the undisputed world leader of performance sports and racing clutches.

Are EXEDY clutches made in Japan?

A Japan-based company, EXEDY Clutch supplies clutches to Ford Motor Company and General Motors in the U.S. In addition, EXEDY supplies clutches to all major Japanese auto manufacturers and is Japan’s leading supplier of racing clutches.

Where are EXEDY clutches made?

Dodson Motorsport is a ‘Made in NZ’ leading supplier in aftermarket dual-clutch transmission clutches and components for high-end performance vehicles and transmissions.

Are exedy Stage 1 clutches good?

Really impressed by the fitment and quality. The clutch engagement is similar to OEM, with a bit more of a catchy feel, which was expected for the higher rated pressure plate and clutch material. Clutch pedal feel is really close to OEM and is negligible at best. Its no better or no worse in terms of feel.

Is Luk clutch good?

4.0 out of 5 stars Great product except throw out bearing. I’ve used LUK clutch gold twice, it really is nice. I ran my first LUK for 2 years. I had to take the transmission down due to a bolt coming loose within my bellhousing and breaking the bellhousing.

Where are exedy parts made?

the US
EXEDY Globalparts Corporation has evolved from the business known as Daikin Clutch Corporation. The US business was established in 1967 and EXEDY/Daikin products have been manufactured in the US since 1988 for both OEM and the Aftermarket.

How do you break in an Exedy clutch?

What is the recommended break in process for EXEDY OE Replacement Clutch Kit? Answer: We recommend to allow 500 city mile or 1,000 highway miles for the break in period. During this period the vehicle should be driven easily with no high rpm shifting, no quick shifting, and no launching.

Is exedy Aisin?

Available in Australia through EXEDY. AISIN is one of the world’s leading OE manufacturers for Japanese, European and American vehicles, and now is bringing its range of quality products such as water pumps, free wheel hubs, clutch hydraulics, lubricants and many more to the Australian aftermarket.

How long should clutch last?

approximately 60,000 miles
How long Should a clutch last? This is very much dependent on driving styles. Most clutches are designed to last approximately 60,000 miles before they need to be replaced. Some may need replacing at 30,000 and others can keep going well over 100,000 miles, but this is fairly uncommon.

Should I get a Stage 1 clutch?

If you’re making up to 50whp over stock, you should be looking at stage one clutches which generally hold a 25-50% increase in torque capacity. The stage one clutches generally offer a slightly increased clamp load from the pressure plate and organic disc which will provide a similar stock pedal feel and engagement.