Sorry to dig up an old thread and this may relate to a car that isn't a Nissan, but I figured you would appreciate the story anyway.
So the Mazda MX-5 is known to be a particularly powerful car in the world.
Despite that, we have discovered a clutch manufacturer out there than can sell a product marketed as "Stage 1 Racing clutch" incapable of handling MX-5 power levels.
The car in question is a standard 2001 Mazda MX-5.
The clutch failed at just 160kms/100miles. All the friction material disintegrated, peeling away from the clutch plate and leaving little more than a powder inside the gearbox.
We contacted the supplier but they have refused to respond, and sadly the clutch is from the USA (we're in Australia) so I can't go down the street and say hi.
So at the moment we are out of pocket for a failed clutch, for a new clutch, for machining the flywheel, and the effort to replace the clutch.
This was the clutch we bought:
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/XTD-STAGE-1- ... 58bfc39f54
And this is it, 100kms later:
Heed my warning, avoid.