Spec stage 2??? i thought they only have stage...i guess it can be call stage 0 but better than stock.
I just looked on the site, and they say they have stage 5,,,something is wrong with their site, prolly they meant 05 accent and not 06. btw stage 5 is 439.
i would have to disagree with that. i had to replace mine not to long ago....What kind of power are you putting out to need a performance clutch? The stock one holds up to at least 160hp without beating on it.
In your thread the fork/throw out bearing failed causing the clutch to wear unevenly. The clutch clutch disc itself didn't fail because of normal wear.
http://www.specclutch.com/cars/Hyundai/Accent/2006/SingleWhich site is that ?
Stage 2 and 2+ look like good options for close to stock feel. I've had the displeasure of driving a car with an unsprung 6 puck clutch for 2 years (stage 4). I hated every moment of it. Like it says on the website, it's not street friendly. It can be done but it shatters, shudders and clunks a lot. It would only feel good after beating on it, getting the clutch disc hot.http://www.specclutch.com/cars/Hyundai/Accent/2006/Single
Remember, this is showing fitment for a 2006. I "think" it should work, but I'm not positive. I was going to go with a stage 2+ so I still had close to stock engagement but extra holding power.
This is the breakdown off their stages.
I hate stupid dealerships that do this. No, it will not void your warranty - not for your entire vehicle anyway. It would void your clutch's warranty, not that it really has one because good luck convincing a dealer that you didn't ride your clutch, etc, meaning that they automatically get out of warranty work regarding a clutch in the first place. At worst, you void your powertrain warranty if they can prove that your upgraded clutch was the direct cause of failure but that's it. Everything else can and will be supported by the warranty. There is no such thing as a 'open the fuse box cover, replace a fuse, and you void your entire warranty!!!!!11' on a vehicle and any dealership that tries to say otherwise should be receiving a nice little correction phone call from Hyundai Corp after you call them to complain about that dealership's stupidity.Shortly after I bought my Accent, I went on the "official" hyundai-performance website and saw that they sell a performance clutch for it. Needless to say that I ran to the Stealership to ask about it. They told me "No we don't actualy sell this, mainly because it voids your warranty. If you buy it, it means you intend to use it, therefore it means you are not driving your vehicle properly." haha Hyundai, haha.
Thought I should share this with you.