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Clutch Masters FX400 8-Puck Clutch Kit | 2015-2017 Subaru WRX (15020-HDCL)

Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0 (1)
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Clutch Masters FX400 Race/Street Single Clutch Kit

The FX400 System uses the Power Plus I Pressure Plate with a custom, extremely durable, Sprung Ceramic disc. This is the ultimate extreme duty street and/or road/drag racing system. The sprung hub design allows for moderate dampening in high-torque applications, rendering it much more street friendly than solid or rigid designs. This disc is designed for outstanding holding capacity, and rapid heat dissipation.

The FX400/HDCL ceramic full disc design creates a quick and rapid engagement while still creating minimal chatter due to the marcel cushion between the disc linings, this disc is designed for street driven vehicles.


  • Sprung Ceramic disc
  • Power Plus I Pressure Plate
  • Sprung hub design allows for moderate dampening in high-torque applications


  • Quick and rapid engagement while still creating minimal chatter


  • 2015-2017 Subaru WRX

What's In The Box?

  • Ceramic Full Disc
  • Pressure Plate
  • Throwout Bearing
  • Alignment Tool
  • Pilot Bearing (if applicable)



  • Manufacturer Standard Warranty

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Colin Hough
Not to subtle but not to harsh.

So about 600miles in now. For the first 200miles it was really hard to get the 1st gear release down without hard chatter. But the more it is driven the less chatter happens at 1st gear release. Sometimes it still does a hard chatter and it feels like the whole transmission and engine are going to fall out of the car. Then other times it is perfect. Recommend bringing it to a tuner and having them turning the hill assist off or if possible change the sensitivity of that sensor for steeper grades. It seems that is the only thing that makes takeoff a little ruff.