Welcome to really quick product reviews, a new series where members of the FCP Euro staff quickly review various parts and kits in our catalog. This week, our Catalog Director Mike Rivera is unboxing and explaining our Volkswagen MK7 Sachs Performance clutch kit.
"I wanna say it's junk," explained Mike Rivera, during the filming of this episode. What he's referring to is not the delicious Sachs Performance Clutch Kit for an MK7 Golf we put together, but rather the rear main crank shaft seal that comes standard on the car. This is the type of honest, straight-up reviews you'll get from FCP Euro, and what you can come to expect during the rest of our series, Really Quick Product Reviews.
This particular kit, custom-assembled in-house by our catalog team at FCP Euro, uses a Sachs Performance clutch from an Audi TTRS which is more robust than the standard replacement, good for up to 600 horsepower (should you have that many).
Inside the kit is a Jetta 2.0 factory disc and a Sachs Performance Audi TTRS generation 1 pressure plate. We want to give a special shout out to the VW community, especially GolfMK7.com for providing the feedback needed to put this kit together.