I'm honestly not sure. Call them up and ask. They have great customer service. The pressure plate used has a lot to do with disk thickness. If the disk has a different thickness than stock, then they have to use a different pressure plate. I have never used anything less than a Stage 3. It may not be necessary for you to spend that kind of money. The Stage 3 is a little grabby too. We use Spec clutches here because they have great customer service and quick turn around times. I do a little work for a few high hp cars, and those kind of cars don't always wear out clutches, they brake them. If we have a Spec disk that brakes a rivet in the hub or something like that, I can usually send the disk out, get it fixed for around $50 and have it back in the car by the end of the week. A lot of the other clutch builders insist on you dropping $500+ on a new clutch every time something brakes on it.