Do you know what's been done to your engine? Even a simple Stage 1 remap to 180-ish bhp makes a pretty lively car.
A remap on its own isn't going to produce much more than 190bhp, though how it's mapped will affect the torque curve and stress on the clutch. The 170 Ducati Corsa/GT Cloverleaf clutch will cope, provided you don't stamp on the accelerator at 2k rpm all the time. I'm not sure whether that's a straight swap on its own, it may need the DC/Cloverleaf DMF as well. I'm still using a stock 150 clutch, replaced 25k mls ago, and a restrained right foot. It doesn't yet slip.
To get more power needs other mods, intercooler, hybrid turbo, different injectors etc. 220-250bhp is pretty easy. That will need the GTA SMF & clutch conversion.
Personally I think the 147 brakes are pretty good with decent pads, and in good condition, but if you drive track days (or like a track day) maybe not. Other larger brakes can be fitted (GTA etc). Search the forum. If it's a choice between bigger brakes and a Q2/Quaife LSD, I'd choose the latter as more likely to keep you on the road.
True, true, and true, what you say makes sense to me; Regarding MOD's All I know so far is he a paid a good amount of money to a friend of his who remaps race cars, Not that, that tells us a lot, but there we go, and a remap booster has been laid over the top of that to give yet another shove, but it works, All I see when looking in the rear mirror is clouds of steam train black smoke when the foot goes down, and most cars just descend into the distance. Regards Turbo's, again, thats was changed about 1.5 or 2 years ago, with "he says" it has a 5 years guarantee, again, does that tell me anything, umm NOP. but what it is, and if ,and how it differs from a standard one, who knows, not me. Breaks, all I recall was barreling up the rear of some American sports car who was not going too fast, and stamping to the stop peddle and thinking, WOW, this was a close call. won't be doing that again on these breaks, and it has near new disks and pads too!
I am not looking to open pandora's box on the MOD merry go round as said. I suppose I am still getting used to it to be honest, the direct response of the steering at the minute makes it very twitchy in a directional sense, move the steering a faction and you instantly feel the results of it, Not used to that level of sensitivity, well not for a long, long time anyway. it's kind of gokarty in a wired way, so still getting to grips with that. I think, for now, I am going to get him to put a beefed up clutch system as best as I can afford and that will fit without remodelling the car from normal and hope it does the job, coupled with a slightly less heavy right foot.