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I had a used BK2 flywheel and new disc and pressure plate. They were Valeo but the same as OE. New flywheel bolts and slave cylinder.

Shifts like a dream and no problems getting into gear or grinding.

Easy to shift as my Accent. I hope it can hold from slipping at peak torque.
 

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I had a used BK2 flywheel and new disc and pressure plate. They were Valeo but the same as OE. New flywheel bolts and slave cylinder.

Shifts like a dream and no problems getting into gear or grinding.

Easy to shift as my Accent. I hope it can hold from slipping at peak torque.
As long as you replace everything with the 2013+ components (clutch, flywheel, pressure plate, release bearing) it will work just fine.

The 2013+ clutch assembly is designed to handle the additional power increase of the 2013+ models, and have been well know to handle 300ft/lbs without issue.

The weak point will be the flywheel now, rather than the clutch assembly slipping.

Duro
 

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I had a used BK2 flywheel and new disc and pressure plate. They were Valeo but the same as OE. New flywheel bolts and slave cylinder.

Shifts like a dream and no problems getting into gear or grinding.

Easy to shift as my Accent. I hope it can hold from slipping at peak torque.
As long as you replace everything with the 2013+ components (clutch, flywheel, pressure plate, release bearing) it will work just fine.

The 2013+ clutch assembly is designed to handle the additional power increase of the 2013+ models, and have been well know to handle 300ft/lbs without issue.

The weak point will be the flywheel now, rather than the clutch assembly slipping.

Duro
 
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