For owners of the 2012-2015 Honda Civic Si seeking an upgrade in clutch performance, Action Clutch presents the Stage 2 Clutch Kit. Engineered with a focus on peak performance and long-lasting durability, this kit is designed to elevate your driving experience to new heights. Crafted with a reinforced Steel-Backed segmented Kevlar® friction material, the Stage 1 clutch kit ensures superior strength and is capable of withstanding the rigors of day-to-day driving. This Stage 2 Kit allows you to retain the factory flywheel for an easier upgrade, though it is recommended to resurface your flywheel before installing the clutch. 

Featuring a single diaphragm heavy-duty pressure plate, this kit delivers an OEM-like pedal feel with smooth engagement post-break-in. The Kevlar® material extends the clutch's lifespan and guarantees buttery-smooth engagement and efficient heat dissipation, essential for both street and occasional track use. Whether your Civic Si sports basic bolt-on modifications or more extensive engine upgrades such as aftermarket cams, this Stage 1 kit is engineered to get the job done, providing increased holding capacity over the factory kit by 110%.

At Action Clutch, safety remains paramount. With a commitment to protecting your investment, our patented, fully enclosed spring retainers ensure that your clutch performs reliably, free from the risk of catastrophic engine or transmission damage caused by spring dislodgment. Each kit undergoes thorough quality checks by our experienced engineers, boasting over 60 years of collective expertise, ensuring that every Action Clutch Stage 1 kit meets our stringent standards before being released as a finished product. With the Stage 1 kit from Action Clutch, you can drive confidently, knowing that your clutch will deliver consistent performance, whether cruising the streets or conquering the track.  

Break-in Requirements - 1,000 street miles / Keep RPM’s under 4500, no more than half-throttle, no boost (if applicable). Proper break-in is required in order to retain product warranty, ensure longevity and holding capacity.
Increase in holding capacity is rated in Crank Torque, not Wheel Torque  

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