Mecarm Clutch Kits
MECARM clutch kits are high-quality kits designed to provide reliable and efficient performance for your vehicle's clutch system. Our clutch kits are made using the latest technology and high-quality materials, ensuring that they are durable, long-lasting, and able to withstand the rigors of daily driving.
MECARM clutch kits are engineered to provide a smooth and seamless shift between gears, ensuring that your vehicle runs smoothly and efficiently. Our kits include all the necessary components to replace your vehicle's clutch, including the pressure plate, clutch disc, release bearing, and alignment tool.
Our clutch kits are also designed to have a high torque capacity, ensuring that they can handle the demands of high-performance driving. This helps to ensure that your clutch system stays reliable and consistent over the long term, even under the most challenging driving conditions.
MECARM clutch kits are available in a range of sizes and configurations to suit different makes and models of vehicles. They are easy to install and come with everything you need to get started, including instructions and any necessary hardware.
With MECARM clutch kits, you can trust that your vehicle's clutch system will provide reliable and efficient performance, providing a more enjoyable and satisfying driving experience. Our kits are rigorously tested to ensure that they meet or exceed industry standards, ensuring your satisfaction and peace of mind.
WHAT ARE THE 5 SIGNS TO CHANGE YOUR CLUTCH KIT?
Slipping: If the engine revs but the vehicle doesn't accelerate as it should, or the clutch pedal feels spongy, it could be a sign of a worn clutch plate that is slipping.
Difficulty shifting: If you have difficulty shifting gears or the gears grind, it could indicate a problem with the clutch disc, pressure plate, or flywheel.
Burning smell: If you smell burning or notice smoke coming from your engine or clutch, it could be a sign of a slipping clutch or worn friction material.
Noises: If you hear grinding, rattling, or other unusual noises when you depress the clutch pedal, it could indicate a problem with the clutch release bearing or other components.
Hard pedal: If the clutch pedal is hard to depress or feels stiff, it could be a sign of a worn release mechanism or other problem with the clutch.
If you experience any of these signs, it's important to have your vehicle inspected by a qualified mechanic to determine the cause and whether a clutch kit replacement is necessary.