If you are having issues with your clutch, it's important to have a trustworthy technician that knows what to look for. Sometimes you could be low on brake fluid and think you are having issues with your clutch. Instead of putting $5 worth of brake fluid in your car, you may be told that you need to replace your clutch for $600-$700.
Tip: Don't use the clutch for braking; That is using the engine to brake. It is a lot cheaper to replace brake pads than to pull a transmission out of a car and to replace the clutch.
Remember, high horse power means you need a high-quality clutch. We will always do our best to help you save money, however we are also going to be honest with you when it comes to ordering the right clutch for your vehicle. The quality of the clutch depends on where it was manufactured. Our mechanics are very knowledgeable about where things are and should be manufactured so we get you exactly what you are looking for!
Semi ceramic clutch is standard in most vehicles, and if you have a domestic or American made car, that is most likely what you will be looking at. However, with different types of vehicles comes other kinds of clutches that we may have to explore if you request or should need it.