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  1. I wanted to say earlier of course,one and unique if no one ever did this the best way possible,because if so,i will be next,but as i saw on the internet,people are giving up and accepting that con of multiplate.I have will for 10 years now,and money to do perfect project,so don't judge me for that,and my detailed needs..If the rattle cannot be solved totally,im talking of course about lowering the noise to the minimum.However i cannot help myself in 100% because its not my knowledge field,thats why choose you guys to help me,what to do.
  2. In my situation,i could use single plate because of the soft and sensible style of drive I prefer . If this car with single plate would be used by a guy who need high rpms,reving,launch control all the time and burnout lovers,of course it would crack to the lil pieces in a week.Yesterday i did some new calculations what the project is gonna be in power matter.Stock r34 clutch,as i heard,holds up to around 500-550 hp.Primary I estimated my power for 550-570hp.So i knew i could use aftermarket single,but as I wrote,twin would be better if I could solve the rattle problem. After second calculation that i said above it will be 600-650hp so now i know exactly,that i need twin plate. Its not a obsession joshua.I just want to be one,unique son of a *itch who could cope with that problem the best way possible,even if it takes to spend huge amount of money.Thats the respect i give to this car lets say. .Everything to the perfection.
  3. This topic is great because a lot of people now will get a lot of info for them.I'm getting wiser at least and im happy for that,because definitely it isn't my enviroment in car modifications.I will answer like this for all your replies: -Yes,im doing my research by asking skyline owners with experiences in clutches matter,because thats how im gonna choose the BEST one. -My driving style and attitude is standard,normal,mild,to have a great time with car on lower and higher rpms,but still ,non beating the engine on high rpms,but definitetly my build need aftermarket clutch.Not stock.It can be single considering my style,but if it can be non rattle twin,thats the best thing right here. -Im looking ONLY for NON RATTLE situation(especially on idle) when clutch still being smooth and light for street use. -I was preparing my project/budget for a long time,so i can afford for very,very expensive clutch in that regard. So that being said - lets have a "sum up" meeting right here,and im asking for direct/straightforward recommendations considering my "rules and needs" included in that reply.
  4. Wow,thats a lot info BK.thanks. I will say,i will do a lot to have quiet clutch/transmission.When you said "full face organic single plate, cushioned, sprung centre using the standard dual mass flywheel with an upgraded pressure plate",you meant,its gonna be custom private work,or they are on the market right now? If they are,what are the models? Secondly,as you know by my reply above to Joshua,I can afford carbon clutch.Thats the second solution.
  5. Lets put it like this Joshua. First: My build its not a try somethin stuff,but still thanks for that advice.good to know.Second, yes I think I can spend more money if its gonna work considering carbon clutch.No problem at this point. So ,You are saying. first solution: Nismo coopermix Twin +lighweight flywheel(tell me what brand you reccomend), or second solution : Stock flywheel+ Carbon clutch(also,tell what you reccomend regarding clutch)? or again lightweight flywheel +Carbon clutch ?
  6. BK asked why- My power and my driving style is not on a "FU Gearbox" level,its simple and good enough,so i dont need twin,but yeah,exactly like djr81 said, i won't put anything that rattle because i want to keep this car mild and clean. So , it means from what You djr81 said and robzilla too , Nismo Super Coopermix for me is fine ? I Read on a rhd japan few minutes ago : - Because of the design and manufacturing processes made to create the improved clutch response provided by the sports clutch disc and lightweight flywheel and increased output, it is possible that the transmission or bearings may transmit a rumbling noise, compared to genuine Nissan parts. Transmission or gear noise is particularly likely to occur at idling or when accelerating or decelerating from the area around 2000rpm; however, this has no effect on quality or performance. - The rattling sound which is characteristic of six-speed manual transmissions, Getrag-equipped vehicles and S15 6-speed manual transmission vehicles, has been proven in actual vehicle testing to be reduced through the use of the G-max. - Do not use with a big operating cylinder, which may result in a misshift due to insufficient stroke volume.
  7. Yeah,im gonna talk with tuners about that stuff,but i agree with GTSboy that haltech is well known,so i hope this is the good track to stay on.Thanks Guys.
  8. Thank you guys.Good to know that even nismo is for sale,but at least i know its all about ECU,because at first i thought primary one,work only with stock ECU,and nismo handle other ECUs.So, i should get in depth about my potential Ecumaster and,if its not gonna work,i will choose between those written by choyda. Is there any differences or whats better or worse between these 3 you said above choyda??
  9. Thanks mate,but only single plate is considered.
  10. Hi guys.I want to ask, can stock MFD cooperate with change to single turbo T04Z with aftermarket ECU ( in my case: european Ecumaster Emu classic :https://www.ecumaster.com/products/emu-classic/). I don't want to use additional gauges.I want to stick with electronic screen display.Or is it possible to make a cooperation between aftmrkt ECU and mfd.? Some say,Nismo MFD can bare that stuff with aftermarket ECUs,but still as far as Nismo MFD is hard to get,i want to know in the first place,can the primary one can handle this. Thanks in advance for replies.
  11. Hi guys.I want you,as being a long time members of this community and experienced owners of that Skyline stuff, to tell me what you recommend for aftermarket single plate clutch which is soft/light/smooth/comfortable for private/street use for R34 RB26DETT which is currently available to buy.Thanks in advance for replies.
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