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Competition Clutch now offers a complete clutch and flywheel assembly for the 2010-2014 Hyundai Genesis Coupe 2.0T. The package includes a 4140 forged steel single mass flywheel, Upgraded 250mm performance pressure plate, disc and an alignment tool & pilot bearing. The entire assembly tips the scales at 33lbs. No release bearing is included, you would need reuse your OEM bearing or purchase seperately.
This assembly provides an estimated 80% increase in torque capacity and is properly suited for aggressive street use and moderate track use. The Brass material with its alloy backing matched to a performance pressure plate will provide smooth engagement and extended life. 500 mile break-in highly recommended with this set-up. 5096-2100
Some noise, I have not had anything crazy like others described. I pre-filled the slave cylinder and bled the clutch a bit. It engages pretty high and it is unfortunate that it can not be adjusted without aftermarket support.
But, the clutch holds really well and won’t worry about it when the new turbo is put in. If you don’t mind a little noise (turn the radio up) and you’ll enjoy this clutch Unknown on 17th Nov 2017
I am now about 600 miles into this clutch and can give a decent review of it.
Performance wise this is a great clutch kit at a good price (well good price vs other clutch kits for the genesis). Clutch bites down hard when you quickly let it out, and the flywheel is able to actually get the power to the clutch/tranny vs the stock garbage DMF. This is a huge step up from stock DMF setup for both bone stock and slightly modified setups alike..
As others have said, the clutch chatters and thus is quite noisy. I have noticed that it has gotten better and have read on forums it gets better after 800-1k miles; so i am hoping that will be my experience as well. At zero miles it will chatter A LOT, now at 600 miles it will only chatter when you have ac on, and is just loud enough to hear it inside the car.
If it was not for the noise I would have given it 5 stars; if the noise level had not improved from day 1 I would have given it 2-3 stars.
It is pretty much completely different feel over stock and requires some relearning. Engagement point is lower (like it should vs the 90% stock engagement), it requires more finesse to creep forward in first and reverse then the stock DMF setup, it will also be less forgiving to cruising at too low of an rpm (below 2k). I would guess there is about a 20-25% stiffer feel in the pedal, although by the time you break it in you will barely notice. These are not cons of the kit itself, simply what happens when you switch from a stock DMF setup to stage 2 SMF. One major plus though is that you don't have the DMF filtering out all the feedback you would normally get from the clutch.
All of the to-be-expected things aside, after you get used to it it is almost as easy to drive as stock and performs/drives as well as other stage 2/3 setups I have had on previous cars.
Also just an FYI, the kit includes flywheel bolts so you dont need to buy a set of ARPs like i did.
Unknown on 29th Jun 2017
This is my first manual car, and first clutch upgrade and i've never heard this much noise in any car ever! I'll start off with the cons. It sounds like your car is going to break. I had my stage 2 clutch kit installed at a hyundai dealership as i got a new transmission. You need to definitely rev the car up before you start releasing the clutch, as it will lug and stall out very quickly which is good. It has a ton of grip and a ton of pick up, very noticeable difference. It pulls maybe 5% -10% quicker than with the dual mass flywheel. But having it in the wrong gear at the wrong time and gassing it, you're going to hear an intense amount of chatter to be wary. I recommend getting an exhaust before this, for i am running a stock setup and every neighbor can hear my car and would ask if it's okay. Other than that, it is a conversion kit. I purchased it expecting what i had read. It definitely is 100x better than stock clutch kit. It feels like a true single mass flywheel car and drives like my brothers 350z. Justin G on 18th Jun 2017
I've had this problem but it hasn't been a big one...until today. Sometimes - completely randomly - I am unable to shift into 1st gear and have to push the gear shifter so hard that I'm afraid of breaking it.
Usually I can just release the clutch, and put it in again and then it goes in smoother after the first time. Today, I could not shift into ANY gear and I had to turn on my flashers at a red light. I am going to the shop where it was installed tomorrow, but I am afraid that they will find nothing and that I am left with this clutch that doesn't even go into gear. Viral on 4th Apr 2017
Everything listed came with my package. Overall it is a great quality clutch, and I love the feel of it. It is noisy though, and I wish I had known this before I purchased it. I definitely would have still purchased this clutch, but it does make a lot of noise. Chelsea N. on 3rd Mar 2016
|Fits:||2010-2012 Genesis Coupe 2.0T|
|Fits:||2010-2012 Genesis Coupe 2.0T BASE|
|Fits:||2010-2012 Genesis Coupe 2.0T TRACK|
|Fits:||2010-2012 Genesis Coupe 2.0T PREMIUM|
|Fits:||2010-2012 Genesis Coupe 2.0T R-SPEC|
|Fits:||2013+ Genesis Coupe 2.0T|
|Fits:||2013+ Genesis Coupe 2.0T BASE|
|Fits:||2013+ Genesis Coupe 2.0T PREMIUM|
|Fits:||2013+ Genesis Coupe 2.0T R-SPEC|