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11th July 2019 13:57
[email protected] 4 kits remaining at the discounted price!

2 fittings booked in, and 1 fitting pending booking.

Im sure after the word gets around, the discounted kits wont be here for long.

Get in touch and dont miss out !
10th July 2019 19:45
[email protected] I've spoke with him and have arranged for one of the team to give him a call tomorrow to discuss with him.

Thanks
10th July 2019 19:27
scrofts007 Hi Jack,

Can you contact my son - he's messaged through Facebook and looking to book car in ASAP - send me a PM if you haven't got his contact details please.
10th July 2019 19:01
[email protected] Yes, the price includes new bolts, oil and pedal adjustment if required
10th July 2019 18:19
scrofts007 We have a clutch/DMF issue too - is the offer still open and does it include the items outlined above (bolts/pedal/ gearbox oil)?
10th July 2019 15:54
ruwantha Interested in the offer, but would be good to know answer to this:




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is the price inclusive of new bolts/oil/pedal adjustment(if needed) and vat?
9th July 2019 17:21
Spencer Crofts Has anyone bought this?? Would be interested in some feedback!
4th July 2019 20:00
honman
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We are keen to get fully involved with CIVINFO and be the one-stop for clutches!

For anyone who is interested, we are offering FREE fitting with this kit.

Many of you will be dubious about us new into the forum,so call on down and see us, get your clutch fitted and have a coffee!

6 months warranty on all kits!!!

This is an offer that cant be turned down!

All kits a
is the price inclusive of new bolts/oil/pedal adjustment(if needed) and vat?
1st July 2019 19:20
[email protected] This offer is still going.

Anyone interested??

Worldwide postage available or in-house fitting.
25th June 2019 08:34
He_Who_Is_T
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it is indeed mate. Didn't even notice that. Oh well it's still a good offer good luck to anyone who takes them up on it.
The clutch on your 2.2 iDTEC is a lot better that the standard iCTDi. Honda went with a more conventional clutch pressure plate on the iDTEC and not the chocolate self adjusting one on the iCTDi.
That's really good to know. Hopefully with the map keeping the torque around 300lb/ft it shouldn't cause too much issue. They did say they could increase the torque higher for the stage 1 but it's deliberately kept around that level for the OEM clutch. Fingers crossed.
22nd June 2019 20:34
hondacivicnut
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it is indeed mate. Didn't even notice that. Oh well it's still a good offer good luck to anyone who takes them up on it.
The clutch on your 2.2 iDTEC is a lot better that the standard iCTDi. Honda went with a more conventional clutch pressure plate on the iDTEC and not the chocolate self adjusting one on the iCTDi.
22nd June 2019 19:33
He_Who_Is_T
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@He_Who_Is_T isn't your car 2.2 iDTEC? Not the iCTDi?
it is indeed mate. Didn't even notice that. Oh well it's still a good offer good luck to anyone who takes them up on it.
22nd June 2019 16:25
hondacivicnut @He_Who_Is_T isn't your car 2.2 iDTEC? Not the iCTDi?
22nd June 2019 07:36
He_Who_Is_T
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Yes the organic would be good for that power, with room for power increase too!

We would need your vehicle from 9am-5pm and it would be ready to drive home at 5pm.
That's really quick however for the cost of travel and a day off work it would add a fair bit to the deal which is a shame since this is exactly what I'm looking for.
21st June 2019 20:42
[email protected] Thats our aim, to get some good feedback from folk within this forum.

We are an extremely confident the feedback will be good, we are just trying to get a few users to test it and give their own opinion.

We have sold these kits on eBay/Facebook with good feedback, just not to folk on here.

If anyone is interested, get in touch, you wont be dissapointed!
20th June 2019 19:33
deni.babe great price but I'd love to hear some feedback from other civic owners first before I even consider this upgrade, so atm watching with interest and will wait till I hear from fellow members..
20th June 2019 19:14
[email protected] Yes the organic would be good for that power, with room for power increase too!

We would need your vehicle from 9am-5pm and it would be ready to drive home at 5pm.
18th June 2019 16:16
He_Who_Is_T
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Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
Good to hear your questions guys!

The SMF kit is available in 2 options.
1. Organic driveplate
2. Paddle driveplate

The organic kit is the most suited for daily driven vehicles and will handle the power increase unless you have major major power increases then you would want the paddle kit.

As its organic, the driving feel would be as standard, perfect in traffic etc.

The pedal feel is slightly heavier than OEM, but nothing major and once used to the difference isnt noticeable, it certainly wont leave you with a dead leg after after a day of driving!
So for the stage 1 remap the Organic plate would handle 314lb/ft of torque?

I'm considering changing if there's any problem with the clutch handling the map. As you're based in Leeds how long will you need the car for as it would be a decent trek for a clutch.
18th June 2019 13:54
[email protected] Good to hear your questions guys!

The SMF kit is available in 2 options.
1. Organic driveplate
2. Paddle driveplate

The organic kit is the most suited for daily driven vehicles and will handle the power increase unless you have major major power increases then you would want the paddle kit.

As its organic, the driving feel would be as standard, perfect in traffic etc.

The pedal feel is slightly heavier than OEM, but nothing major and once used to the difference isnt noticeable, it certainly wont leave you with a dead leg after after a day of driving!
18th June 2019 08:41
He_Who_Is_T Yeah, I'm getting a stage 1 remap next month and although they've told me I won't need to change any parts I'm looking into replacing my clutch. However my driving is mixed some days I'm stuck in town down between 10-15 other days I'm doing 30+. How is this clutch for day to day driving? Ideally I'd like the car to feel as OEM as possible despite power increase.
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