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cluthes #52520 Oct 9, 11:42pm Oct 9, 11:42pm
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maybe someone can help me im buying a new clutch and im not sure if i should go twin or single plate or if i should go pluck clutch i running pretty much stock but i plan to put a pulley kit,and a 50hp shot of nos in about 2 months if any of you have any suggestion it would be nice im going with centerforce clutches unless any of you think theres something better thanks

Re: cluthes [Re: 2slow] #52521 Oct 10, 1:29am Oct 10, 1:29am
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I got an ACT 6-Puck, rated for up to 298 hp. My thoughts... I could've gotten a lot better for the money. Quick engagement, but the roughest wheel hop and jerk i've ever felt. thumbsdown I did get a Fidanza Flywheel, too. I can't tell a huge difference, but I guess it does what it's supposed to. thumbsup


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Re: cluthes [Re: 2slow] #52522 Oct 10, 6:36am Oct 10, 6:36am
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Originally Posted by 2slow
maybe someone can help me im buying a new clutch and im not sure if i should go twin or single plate or if i should go pluck clutch i running pretty much stock but i plan to put a pulley kit,and a 50hp shot of nos in about 2 months if any of you have any suggestion it would be nice im going with centerforce clutches unless any of you think theres something better thanks


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Re: cluthes [Re: 2slow] #52523 Oct 10, 6:39am Oct 10, 6:39am
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Rob, some of the wheel hop is due to the flywheel.

On topic...I would go with a street clutch. ACT street clutch, unless you plan on getting turbo and a bunch of other goodies.

Re: cluthes [Re: 2slow] #449848 Feb 6, 7:39am Feb 6, 7:39am
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What would anyone think about this clutch. I have an XTD stage 2 that has gone to sh%t with light driving in 14 months!

http://www.exedyusa.com/oe/Clutch_Specifications

Re: cluthes [Re: 2slow] #449851 Feb 6, 5:08pm Feb 6, 5:08pm
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@ Katana, broken link redx

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