I have about 4 month on my SB Stage 2 Daily clutch. As you mentioned the clatter was a bit disconcerning at first, but now it just seems normal.
My installer did not tell me to take it easy at first. I had it slip a few times in the first 1,000 miles then drove resonable for a month or so and it must have "fixed itself" because there is no slipping now with the K04 and a limited slip. DBC fixed me up with the clutch and the K04 kit.
I wonder what the Endurance version is like with the stainless steel plates, for a daily driven car?
x2the lighter the rotating assembly is the MORE it will drop between shifts, the engine will rev down faster, not slower as there is LESS rotating mass.
also I have no idea what you are talking about, changing the clutch and flywheel has no effect on the rpm split between gears, that is determined by gearing in the transmission.
I'm referring to when you shift from say 2nd gear to 3rd gear. Assuming you are at 3000 rpms, when you put 3rd gear in, the revs drop to about 2000 rpms. With a lighter flywheel, when you press the clutch pedal, the revs will drop much faster from 3000 to 2000 rpms. The lighter the flywheel, the faster the revs will drop when you press down on the clutch pedal.Nm of course it is, by reving down are you guys referring to engine braking?
flat rate is quoted at 6hours.