So when I got my 2012 Civic si it had 74k miles on it and I found out from the dealer that the throw out bearing was on its way out but it didn't need to be replaced yet because the clutch had "plenty of life left". Well I think that life is coming to an end. At first I would only hear that bearing noise (sounds like Chewbacca is stuck under my car) when I shifted the wrong way in first or second. Now I'm hearing it even while I'm in gear. Mostly if I'm in gear with my foot off the gas. When I put the clutch in and take it out of gear to coast it goes away. I'm pretty sure it's the clutch. My question is if I'm replacing the clutch, should I get a good aftermarket one? I might want to turbo or supercharge it in the future. If I do which clutch would you guys/girls recommend? I have a flashpro so the CEL from a lightweight flywheel shouldn't be an issue. So I guess my two questions are: What clutch do you recommend I get if I plan on a turbo/supercharge in the future? And If I use a lightweight flywheel and disable the sensor with flashpro, will I have to re-enable that sensor to pass inspection? I live in NY and I have to flash back to stock and clear the codes annually to pass inspection (because of the downpipe).