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Offline ELATAM


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i have an 2006 gallardo fried the clutch in the first 2 weeks of driving couldn't help my self thrashing it , i want to get an  high performance kevlar clutch anyone know of any good mechanics ??? in melbourne that can do it beside Lamborghini dealership?



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Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Call Paul at Sports and Classic in Braeside.

He's your man....



Offline adam01


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Call Paul at Sports and Classic in Braeside.

He's your man....

He uses Pegaclutch kevlar & semi kevlar clutches

Any thoughts or experience with these?



Offline eewink


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If yours is a manual you can use carbon clutches

www.cnsracing.com

They also do kevlar clutches but are more expensive than pegaclutch only because for the kevlar ones they use new OEM clutches and reline the friction surfaces rather than remanufacture them like pegaclutch.



Offline adam01


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If yours is a manual you can use carbon clutches

www.cnsracing.com

They also do kevlar clutches but are more expensive than pegaclutch only because for the kevlar ones they use new OEM clutches and reline the friction surfaces rather than remanufacture them like pegaclutch.

txs

running f1 box in a 'kinder surprise'car

Aware of the reline, curious as to how the Pega units have performed as the result from o/s seem mixed at best
Last time I spoke with Paul has just installed one in a F360 but much liter car



Offline FLYT34


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does anyone know what it will cost to change a lamborghini gallardo clutch

manual or e gear

just an indication

thanks



Offline ELATAM


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Thanks guys for the feedback mines an e- gear spoke to Paul he wants 6500-7000 and I'm pretty sure there semi Kevlar ,just trying to source a couple of more quotes before I get it done



Offline Ferrari Fissatore

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Thanks guys for the feedback mines an e- gear spoke to Paul he wants 6500-7000 and I'm pretty sure there semi Kevlar ,just trying to source a couple of more quotes before I get it done

Just use Paul. he'll do it right.

I'm not taking on any new work until next year.



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