Exedy Stage 2 Sports Clutch for Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 (X)
Stage 2 Sports Uprated Clutch
- For Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 (X)
- Years : 10/2007->05/2016
- Engine code(s) : 4B11T
- Torque capacity : 660 Nm
- Supplied with bearing
- Cerametallic 4-paddle disc, sprung
- Made in Japan by Exedy
Exedy Reinforced Stage 2 Sports Clutch Specifications
Exedy "Stage 2" clutch kits are the best choice for vehicles with a moderate power increase, being used for a mix of road and circuit/drift. They support an extra torque/power increase of around 25% compared to OE, thanks to an improved friction material/design and uprated pressure plate.
In terms of operation and feel, they are slightly stiffer and have a firmer "bite" than an original clutch, but still comfortable to use. With a lightweight, single disc cerametalic design, this clutch has low inertia, giving improved throttle response and faster gear changes.
Exedy clutches are made in Japan. They benefit from Japanese build quality and guarantee extreme robustness and outstanding performance and reliability.
|Car Model||Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 10 (X)|
|Torque Capacity (at Flywheel)||660 Nm|
|Disc(s) Diameter||240 mm|
|Disc(s) Type||4-Paddle Cerametallic, Sprung|
Customer Reviews 3 customer reviews
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star star star star starProduct ordered on 12/11/2017 by Ludovic L.Well
star star star star starProduct ordered on 06/03/2017 by Hicham L.High quality product ! Mounted on my EVO X the clutch is harder than the original one but it hangs on like crazy! It's ON/OFF and not very adapted to the city. I'm still breaking it in and can't wait to do some starts/stops with it! :)
star star star star starProduct ordered on 19/05/2014 by Jerome D.product conforms to expectations
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Short for Excellent Dynamics, Exedy is a Japanese company whose parts have been present in motorsport since the 60's. Specialising in reinforced clutches and transmission components, Exedy's clutches are made at their factory in Japan and have featured in many victories in F1, Moto GP and of course drifting.