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I am at 196303 and just wanting to see how many high mileage Spec V's are still rolling original.
 

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I have one at 216k, one at 182k and another that has sat more then it has ran so it mite be at 120k...

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Seen some with about 250k on FB. Mine's sitting at 102k 06. Original everything. Doesn't burn a drop of oil.
 

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148k I raced it from 80k up to about 145k sat for 3 years but engine itself runs good just a few other things need work
 

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Care to explain the things you may have done besides proper maintenance to avoid it from burning oil
Deleted the pre-cat at around 20k miles. Secondary intake screws are also ok. Change oil every 4-5k miles. Other than that not much else.
 

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Deleted the pre-cat at around 20k miles. Secondary intake screws are also ok. Change oil every 4-5k miles. Other than that not much else.
Oh, and I changed out the valve cover gasket at around 70k, along with the entire valve cover since the spark plug seals needed to be replaced. It was leaking oil inside the tubes.
 

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2006 Spec V with over 233k miles on original motor, about 90% highway miles in FL. Just installed 2J Stage 1 Clutch this past weekend to replace original clutch/bearing/plate
bruh im still running on stock clutch at 155k . it feels good, but I wanted to change it. I just bought a 2jr clutch stage 1 and flywheel this weekend. How do you like yours?
 

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bruh im still running on stock clutch at 155k . it feels good, but I wanted to change it. I just bought a 2jr clutch stage 1 and flywheel this weekend. How do you like yours?
Having driven lots of miles and being used to the stock 06 clutch and its slippery wear over time, getting used to the new clutchplate's bite has been interesting. Working on smoothing out the engagement, as it does grab a bit quicker than I'm used to. Nothing painful, just grabs quicker than the old slippery unit. I can also say the new lighter flywheel makes revving the engine fun again, as it climbs the revs so much easier now - almost like a weight has been lifted from the engine! ;-)
 
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