Where as in the twinnies the clutches seem to outlast the life of the car.
But then again when you are only chucking up to about 170nm of torque on a good day Its never gonig to give the clutch plates too hard of a life.
Its just scarey how much much the diesels onces mapped chew through clutches. You'd have to go for an uprated one if you mapped it. Or least a bigger version like the 170hp variant just to get some half decent life out of them
As you say Dan getting through them in 50k-60k seems reasonable once mapped.
But even that isn't amazing.
Still its not the most hideous job in the world.
Alfa 166 2.0 Twinnie - LPG and a few trick performance parts