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Old 03-13-2012, 11:32 AM   #11
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Thats awesome, 2 disc clutch should engage a lot smoother than a single.
I does engage smoother then a single, but with it being twice the surface area if your not careful on the pedal it can grab pretty hard lol.
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Old 08-25-2012, 02:30 AM   #12
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so what kind of longevity do you think you would get out of this clutch? im starting to shop around for bits and pieces to put me around this same power range in the next year or two but i would like to do the clutch as few times as possible since i hate putting clutches in these cars. im running my stage 1 clutch on stock engine and 10psi for now until i complete my engine build and once i finish the engine build im swapping out the stock motor along with the clutch and will run about 300whp for a few weeks or maybe months until i feel like the motor is solid at which point im going to change the turbo and throw as much boost at it as i can. im shooting for 450whp on pump gas. would this clutch work well with a fidanza 8.5lb flywheel? does the clutch grab so hard that it would probably be a better idea to run a stock weight flywheel?

and im also open to any input on what would help to get me to that power range.
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