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jonathan@maximumpsi 01-09-2012 12:15 PM

UUC Twin Disk Flywheel/Clutch package is now available for E46 M's & non M's!
 
http://www.nexternal.com/uuc/images/TWIN_PROMO1a.jpg
http://www.nexternal.com/uuc/images/TWIN_PROMO1b.gif
http://www.nexternal.com/uuc/images/TWIN_PROMO2.gif

UUC's new Twin Disc Clutch Package offerings are now being sold with a FREE Evo3 Ultimate Shifter & DSSR combo!

Mike is currently in S. America and just installed the organic version on a customer's turbo E36. The customer had this to say:

"this clutch is smoother than stock...it's surreal !

I just drove the car with Mike R to the beach and after he installs the new DTA we plan to boost the crap out of it, this clutch is perfect for daily driver and it's holding power will be more than enough for our goals...anything between 700 and 800 whp."


Call us or email us to order your setup today.

basar13 01-09-2012 12:57 PM

Hi, do you have clutch for Z4M ?

Thanks

MarcusLSB 01-09-2012 01:14 PM

Holy crap, so UUC actually ships products. I'll be damned.. I've been waiting for a simple shift knob for 11 months..

TiAg2247 01-09-2012 01:19 PM

^lol!

Rob43 01-09-2012 01:55 PM

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Santa just delivered a UUC Twin Disc-Organic to my house for Christmas ! :woot:

It's going in my new build, I can't wait to try it out. I figure no matter what I throw at it power/torque wise, it will simply fold it. Anyone with a high WHP application should consider investing in this clutch.

Good luck,
Rob

PS: I've never had any issues of any kind with Rob L. at UUC. When I received my Twin Disc clutch I noticed it didn't have a throwout bearing in the box, I called Rob L. & he had one shipped out that same day. I got a tracking number about 4 hours later, I wouldn't think twice about ordering a UUC product.


:shhh: NITROUS !

yellowssm 01-09-2012 02:08 PM

I wonder how this compares to HPF's clutch in terms of chatter and price.

lutzperformance 01-09-2012 02:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MarcusLSB (Post 13961381)
Holy crap, so UUC actually ships products. I'll be damned.. I've been waiting for a simple shift knob for 11 months..

Seems like most of their shipping issues are SSK and knob related, I know Trevor's SSK took several months to receive.

Ravij 01-09-2012 03:09 PM

Nice.. :)

MarcusLSB 01-09-2012 03:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lutzperformance (Post 13961540)
Seems like most of their shipping issues are SSK and knob related, I know Trevor's SSK took several months to receive.

Have you recieved the DSSR for that SSK? I think thats one thing that may have been "in production".. note to anyone buying anything from UUC. If its not instock.. don't hold your breath.

I had no issues with my DSSR or SSK from them but they were both in stock. My shift knob is another story. Last I checked I believe they were still mining the ore for it. :|

Dreikraft 01-09-2012 05:18 PM

wonder how the twin organic feels compared to a single feramic like a hpf stage 2 or3 clutch.

MarcusLSB 01-09-2012 05:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dreikraft (Post 13962175)
wonder how the twin organic feels compared to a single feramic like a hpf stage 2 or3 clutch.

I'm curious on its holding power.. I could deal with a clutch that allows at least a little slipage. The Stage 3 HPF clutch is easy to drive for me.. and most people who've driven my car have had no issues either.. so I could deal with a little less easy to slip if it added better holding power.

Providence 01-09-2012 06:56 PM

Need some1 to compare twin feramic to osgiken triple :D

MarcusLSB 01-09-2012 08:23 PM

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Originally Posted by Providence (Post 13962455)
Need some1 to compare twin feramic to osgiken triple :D

This!

xixixi 01-09-2012 08:39 PM

I'm not even going to pretend to support this. Many of friends that own local shops in the area, refuse to put UUC products on cars due to horrible customer service and even worse fitment. I wouldn't put UUC on my lawn mower and it's a honda.

Providence 01-12-2012 07:29 PM

Well if uuc shipped one to hpf or any osgiken triple plate user for comparison it would be really nice :)

lutzperformance 01-12-2012 09:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Providence (Post 13973707)
Well if uuc shipped one to hpf or any osgiken triple plate user for comparison it would be really nice :)

Not going to happen, we have a customer interested in this setup, will be calling Rob in the AM to get more details, and I'll gladly update you guys once I have more info, or if he decides to move forward.

Keep you guys posted!

mike@maximumpsi 01-13-2012 06:16 AM

I'm down in south America working on a few cars. We just installed the UUC twin on a turbo e36 and the drivability is like an oem clutch. Super smoothe release. It has twin organic discs using an e46 m3 trans. I also have a stronger version going into my e36 for testing.

Rob has always done right by us, and they have always offered a solid product. I have had to wait "2 weeks" myself, but things like that happen from time to time when dealing with small production runs. Hopefully those days are past!

Providence 01-13-2012 12:16 PM

Well the market ur targeting with this clutch kit is mostly made up of hpf customers so it would be a good way to demonstrate the product. I am using osgiken triple and before that I burned a hpf stage 2 feramic since I push the car more often than u guys can and for longer periods :) if the twin feramic is as durable as osgiken triple and a bit more street friendly it would realy be a good replacement for me :)

Rob43 01-13-2012 01:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mike@maximumpsi (Post 13974875)
I'm down in south America working on a few cars. We just installed the UUC twin on a turbo e36 and the drivability is like an oem clutch. Super smoothe release. It has twin organic discs using an e46 m3 trans. I also have a stronger version going into my e36 for testing.
:thumbsup:

Rob has always done right by us, and they have always offered a solid product. I have had to wait "2 weeks" myself, but things like that happen from time to time when dealing with small production runs. Hopefully those days are past!


I'm really glad to here this, I can't wait to get mine installed. My review will come after a few hundred / break-in miles of driving. :)



Rob

flashmeow 01-13-2012 01:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rob43 (Post 13961505)
Santa just delivered a UUC Twin Disc-Organic to my house for Christmas ! :woot:

It's going in my new build, I can't wait to try it out. I figure no matter what I throw at it power/torque wise, it will simply fold it. Anyone with a high WHP application should consider investing in this clutch.

Good luck,
Rob

PS: I've never had any issues of any kind with Rob L. at UUC. When I received my Twin Disc clutch I noticed it didn't have a throwout bearing in the box, I called Rob L. & he had one shipped out that same day. I got a tracking number about 4 hours later, I wouldn't think twice about ordering a UUC product.


:shhh: NITROUS !

Me too. Love UUC and have a secret crush on Rob even way back when his shop was in NJ instead of GA


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