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damn good deal.......

but the weight thing has me confused,,,,,,,at high rpm shifting , wont those weights make the clutch heavy?
 

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So it want work with the stock T5 bellhousing correct? Just double checking that bellhousing is $700

If it would work with stock bellhousing I'd buy one for the T5 in my DD at that price.
 

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So it want work with the stock T5 bellhousing correct? Just double checking that bellhousing is $700

If it would work with stock bellhousing I'd buy one for the T5 in my DD at that price.
It want I just called :crying2:
 

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Will this thing work with the QT RM-8031 bellhousing for T56 transmission?
Is it a 10 spline Shaft? If so I would call and ask I would think so but you would also need to maybe cut your sleeve and buy another pivot ball.
 

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Is it a 10 spline Shaft? If so I would call and ask I would think so but you would also need to maybe cut your sleeve and buy another pivot ball.
It is an 03 Cobra tranny so yeah 10 spline. I started looking at the instruction and there is some tool for setting up the bearing. I am not familiar with having to do that. It sort of looks like it might be a pain in the butt to install.
 

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Hey fellas. I have the right QT RM-6065 to run this clutch. I’m finishing building an 11r headed 306 this winter w a 224/232 duration cam. Will be backed by a T5z and 3.73s. Is this too clutch for a 50/50 street/strip 64 Falcon..? Thanks
 

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damn good deal.......

but the weight thing has me confused,,,,,,,at high rpm shifting , wont those weights make the clutch heavy?
Yes.. we use this ACE/Black Magic style pressure plate in the Coyote Stocker.

 

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so, counterweighted plates are not a good idea, if you want a light pedal?
Base pressure can be adjusted by changing the diaphragm. That controls the pedal feel at low RPM.

As the RPM increases, the fingers add more clamp force.

Basically a hybrid design between a "long style" pressure plate and a stock style diaphragm.


 

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Base pressure can be adjusted by changing the diaphragm. That controls the pedal feel at low RPM.

As the RPM increases, the fingers add more clamp force.

Basically a hybrid design between a "long style" pressure plate and a stock style diaphragm.


If I understand this right that mean it should be able to have a street feel to it so it can slip not just a off or on like most 1000+ hp clutches.
 

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Super nice set up. Similar to what we've been using in the Coyote Stocker.

Going to get some custom Black Magic/Boninfante discs made up for the 26 spline input and see how things mate up.


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