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NISMO COPPER SUPER SINGLE max power (GTST)?


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I had the double, it was great. I never regretted choosing it over the single tbh.

You'd hate to not have enough, have to install a clutch twice if you're over 300kw.

Buy once, cry once etc.

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I agree with go for the twin if you are worried about power, for the extra cost it holds a lot more.

You lose no drive-ability, nor does it get loud.

 

So only downside is the wallet. 

 

Unless you have one already, then carry on ...

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380kwatw in my old 33 GTST with the nismo coppermix

Held fine

The gearbox on the other hand, well, it was fine for cruising around, but with sticky tyres they didn't last long if you were actually using the power

Start budgeting for a better transmission if you plan on "using" the power

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On 1/14/2022 at 3:11 AM, mlr said:

380kwatw in my old 33 GTST with the nismo coppermix

Held fine

The gearbox on the other hand, well, it was fine for cruising around, but with sticky tyres they didn't last long if you were actually using the power

Start budgeting for a better transmission if you plan on "using" the power

Thanks,

was that the single or twin?

 

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Thanks for the feedback ..

 My car makes about 320kw at the engine .. and at the moment I have a OSG Twin installed.

Now after 13,000km it started slipping in 4th/5th. I think the stop and go traffic killed it since the plates are worn.

In an EMail OSG said the clutch is more geared towards harsh engagement and would wear used 'normal'

The OSG refresh kit would cost me around GBP 450 plus (taxes, postages etc)

The Nismo Single GBP 710, the Nismo Twin GBP 1,140 (all plus)

 

That's why I was thinking just getting the single to get a bit more life out of the clutch.

I also never liked the rattle of the OSG twin.

On the other hand just buying the refresh kit would be the cheapest option.

 

 

 

 

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On 14/01/2022 at 9:40 PM, Torques said:

Thanks,

was that the single or twin?

 

Single

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