Competition Clutch – 1ZZ/2ZZ All – ST2 Street Carbon/Kevlar

(5 customer reviews)

$376.10 $357.30


Stage 2 Street Carbon/Kevlar Clutch Kit

Torque Capacity: 225 ft-lb

2005+ Lotus Elise, Exige, 2-Eleven All 2ZZ and 1ZZ
2000-2005 Celica GT and GTS
2000-2005 MR2 Spyder
1998-2008 Corolla All
2003-2008 Matrix/Vibe

This is MWR’s most highly recommended clutch for NA and lightly boosted turbo and supercharged 1ZZ’s and 2ZZ’s that see any street use. A street style disc is easier on the transmission and will easily outlast a ceramic disc on the street. CC’s proprietary Carbon/Kevlar street disc has slightly more surface area and is built tougher than those offered by other brands which is why MWR uses this disc in most of our shop vehicles. Very durable, easy to modulate, handles the power!!!

Kit includes:

  • High performance pressure plate
  • High performance ultra-durable street style carbon/kevlar disc
  • Release (throw out) bearing
  • Alignment tool

Works with stock or aftermarket flywheels.

Additional information

Weight 13.5 lbs
Dimensions 13 × 13 × 4 in

5 reviews for Competition Clutch – 1ZZ/2ZZ All – ST2 Street Carbon/Kevlar

  1. Kyle Kirby

    This clutch is exactly what I was looking for. Grabby when you need it but very streetable and smooth when you don’t. Excellent product!

  2. Sean Hill (verified owner)

    Very tight clutch. Easy to get used to, grabs strong, very easy for street use.

  3. Brad Smith (verified owner)

    This clutch has a soft pedal but is a little grabby for a full faced sprung hub non metallic disc and takes some mileage to get used to dead stop starts. So far I have not exceeded its torque holding capacity with a stock compression turbo kit.

  4. Craig Wiernicki (verified owner)

    Put over a thousand miles on this clutch. grabs nice, if a bit rougher then I expected even. That is fine, my nissan has a 6 puck and is harsher, so I understand. Only annoying thing is, The throw out bearing chatters, kind of disappointing to have noise after spending a couple hours at my shop swapping this clutch out. I am a professional toyota technician and have changed many clutches before. seen aftermarket throw outs do this, I usually go OEM for that reason. oh well, live and let live.

  5. Trevor Howard (verified owner)

    Appears after a couple of years service the T.O. started making noise. Ater doing some research it’s always best to use an O.E.M. T.O. with any clutch set up as others have stated…but other than the obvious retraining of my shifting, it’s held up to daily 8,000 rpm runs…

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