Not IF but WHEN...I've had one, only lasted a few months. Was a lemon.
The only ones worth getting are the OS Giken twin plate or another similar twin plate.
Don't waste time or money with a single plate if upping the power / torque level.
Actually thinking back a bit, I had an RPS stage 3, it had a carbon plate. It slipped from day 1 and only got worse. Cost something like $ US 450 then there was freight and GST, price doubled before I got it. The carbon driven plate got destroyed in months , had to get rid of it but the pressure plate was heavy duty ....that's been in my red car for the last 10 years along with an exedy driven plate.....still working 100%...apart from the destroyed clutch booster.
The best single plate setup is the exedy, maybe with an uprated (heavier, comment above) pressure plate but that will make the clutch booster fail over time, fail as in crack the supporting brackets.
Like......everything fails for a reason, once you deviate from stock..
quote from barryboys.
Yes, yes, yes, that might be so, but you're clearly missing the bigger picture.....