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dry twin clutch tranmission

Is anyone familiar with or have owned a alfa with the dry twin clutch transmission which is the tranny being used in the 4C. I understand this system can only handle the power output of the 240 hp 4 cylinder engine. what kind of mileage should one expect if the car is driven as intended (not on a track but street use before the twin clutches need to be replaced ?
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Approximately 34,567.90 miles.
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Approximately 34,567.90 miles.
I always thought it was 34,567.70
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your both wrong its 34,567 LOL LOL
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Sorry if driven as intended with launch control enabled 34.567 miles, but in Formula One you would have had 3 sets of tyres by then!!
 
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