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post #1 of 10 Old 05-14-2002, 01:52 AM Thread Starter
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Better Clutch?

I want a clutch that is a little tighter so I can get a little bit better controlled launchs and such, what would you recommend?


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See sig. And its still hard for me to launch it smoothly everytime on the street. Its worked very well for me on the 4 passes I've made with it. I'm sure others will agree. 650 HP clutch disc.

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King Cobra clutch for stock feel and lots of grip.

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so if I got the king cobra clutch kit from Gefracing, what else would I need?

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what about warranty issues? if i were to swap a better clutch would my warranty go bye bye?
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I actually had my clutch replaced under warranty, usually clutches are considered wear items so replacing it would not be a problem since, really it never had a warranty anyways, and shouldn't affect any other part of the car I would think.

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IMO the best combo is the centerforce disk and the motorsport plate. I have had this combo for 3 yrs and it rocks. The hotter it gets the harder it grabs.......
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Clutch

Get a Centerforce Duel firction. It has weights on it for less petal effort! The weight are small-nothing heavy. Strong griping power TOO. I love mine and so does my friend that has a 12sec, 5.0. It doesn't slip at all. Highly recommended.

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I'm lovin my new spec stage II with AL flywheel and PST carbon fiber DS. You can ride the clutch a little, its not just on or off like higher hp level clutches.


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