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Mitsubishi Evo IV- clutch slipping heavily, could it be plate or fluid? only getting it engaged in 3rd and 4th, at around 4000rpm. Should i replace plate or whole clutch, since i'm running around 350bhp at all four wheels.

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  • DrianN Oct 18, 2008

    found the problem, returning the car to the dealer, as it has major oil leaks, clutch housing was filled with OIL!!! thats wat caused the slipping. there is a longer list of what is wrong aswell but wont put that on, will take forever :)


    Cheers anyway

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Try a new 3 piece clutch kit sounds like that what it needs.my car has the same problem in the high gears and accelerating.

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