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    So I have a few questions about the Gallardo's clutch situation. The lifespan of the clutch and its eventual replacement seem to be consistently.

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    Most say you are lucky if you get 20, miles on one. May 11, Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Originally Posted by Rosso Spyder.

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    Registered Users do not see the above ads. What's Up with That? So I have a few questions about the Gallardo's clutch situation. The lifespan of the clutch and its eventual replacement seem to be consistently referred to here and my question is this: Also, is the clutch wear a thing specific to Gallardos or does it cross boundaries into other Lamborghinis of present or past? I don't seem to have seen it referenced on the Murci board, but I don't read as much there In multiple threads I've seen people reference 15, miles for the E-gear, with some variation based on driving style.

    Most everyone states that the clutch will last considerably longer in a manual, but I don't know if I've seen a specific number mentioned understanding it is variable based on several factors. It almost seems it should last longer in the E-gear with the synchronization and torque-matching aspects of the automated system.

    Is this lifespan a 'cost' of the E-gear, a design flaw, a built-in failure point to get mechanics' kids through college?? What are of some of the shortest and longest lifespans you've experienced with both E and manual? To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater.

    You currently have 0 posts. There are tons on this topic. All exotics with F1 transmission have fast wearing clutch. This includes Ferrari, AM, Lamborghini. Manual may last longer in the hands of an experienced driver.

    The fact is that late model Lambo F1 tranny can last k miles if driven carefully. Either way it's going to depend on the driver.

    The egear lets the clutch slip in situations where you might not if you were controlling it manually, hence the extra wear. You think 15k is bad? My car's first clutch was changed at miles or so. I don't know why. I guess smooth engagement was a bigger priority than long life maybe, no idea. In any case there's aftermarket alternatives that last reasonably long. Part of the reason is the very small diameter of the clutch disc, but it should still last longer than k miles.

    Just upgrade to an aftermarket clutch when the time comes. Awesome chicks and it is absolutely free! Watch free live sex cam - easy as When the e gear goes u r stuck obviously. The factory replaced all 3 and never had a problem. I think the earlier ones were more of an issue. E gear is great when downshifting-- especially with a stage 2 or 3 exaust-- all of the tourists on Pacific Coast Highwat scatter I was told the original clutch on my car lasted miles.

    Now those were bad! Hit the left paddle from 3rd to 2nd as I was braking hard. Pedestrian in crosswalk came out of nowhere but never even looked up! To chime in on clutch wear with the Egear I think it is like Greg said. I think if you learn to drive it more like it is a manual and less like an automatic you will get more life from your clutch. Stop and go traffic, reversing up a hill, etc are fine for an automatic. If you understand how the mechanism works, you can prolong its life.

    Got 15K miles on mine and a measurement last week of 2. Hope to get another 10K miles out of it. Originally Posted by Rosso Spyder. But no, not painful at all -- just order them a week before service Quote message in reply? In order to be able to post messages on the Lamborghini Forum forums, you must first register. Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below.

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