I'm about at the point where I need my clutch replaced. From what I've seen, a performance clutch has a more aggressive, synthetic friction material which can handle the higher temperatures of high performance driving.
I understand a performance clutch will be more difficult to use, and I'm not afraid of the learning curve involved in doing so, that's a disadvantage I'm willing to live with.
Will I realistically be able to get a longer life out of a clutch if I go with a performance (six-puck/four puck) over a standard OEM part?
Vehicle is a toyota matrix (base) with 150km on it. I would like this to be the last clutch (I think I'm replacing the original) and I'd like to push the car to ~300km