This is a discussion on Clutch slipping...badly on fairly hard launch? within the Focus RS Discussions forums, part of the Focus RS Forums category; Originally Posted by Snap Call I have an 18 with 13k miles. Launched it about 5-10 times never had a problem. I was racing a ...
If your next to me at a red light trust me don't go all in.
Anyways OP do not listen to this guy - he doesn't understand placing more load on the driveline increases force and chance of damage / load on the clutch.
Best to not take advice from people who don't understand basics.
Whatever "smoking there engine's" is supposed to mean - what a joke.
Last edited by ToucanLife; 05-07-2019 at 11:39 AM.
When you launch, something has to give, and if it's wet that will be traction. If it's dry it will be your clutch or possibly the axles.
2017 NB RS1
Engine: Radium CC's & Baffle Plate, Boomba BPV, Mountune SSV, Filter & Elbow, SteamSpeed IC & Piping
Suspension: Mountune springs, Massive Rear Camber/Toe Arms, Whiteline Rear SB & Endlinks, Powerflex Front LCA Bushings, Fortune Auto 500 (Raised 40mm by FA)
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