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Old 01-17-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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What would tour all suggest on a clutch at good price ...
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Old 01-17-2012, 05:35 PM   #6
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Re: Clutch

Centerforce Dual Friction

I have had mine for over 10 years (knock on wood) with no problems to date.
I especially like the low pedal effort and the increased holding power.

P.S. They can be purchased considerably cheaper than the prices listed at the Centerforce website.
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I heard they are good clutches, do you get any noise out of them? I heard sometimes (not all) get noise from them
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I heard they are good clutches, do you get any noise out of them? I heard sometimes (not all) get noise from them
No noise from mine.
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Re: Clutch

some spec clutches can chatter so ive heard~ no personal experience in it though.

dont buy a super stiff clutch get something that fits the needs and future needs of the car.
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some spec clutches can chatter so ive heard~ no personal experience in it though.

dont buy a super stiff clutch get something that fits the needs and future needs of the car.
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That's exactly why I initially chose the Centerforce Dual Friction.
The low pedal effort and the 90% increase in holding power. = !
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Old 01-19-2012, 08:31 AM   #12
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Yeap, I believe I going with center force, my builder suggest that too, say have better pedal, an better hold
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Yeap, I believe I going with center force, my builder suggest that too, say have better pedal, an better hold
I think you'll be very happy with it.
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Old 01-19-2012, 06:12 PM   #14
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Centerforce Dual Friction

I have had mine for over 10 years (knock on wood) with no problems to date.
I especially like the low pedal effort and the increased holding power.

P.S. They can be purchased considerably cheaper than the prices listed at the Centerforce website.
Didnt you convert yours to hydraulic?...

I have a ram muscle car clutch and with stock tires on it was a nice upgrade,but when I get the M/T's stickey and really try launching it I can smell the clutch and can tell im loosing power between the flywheel and tires..so id have to say centerforce for sure!!..
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Didnt you convert yours to hydraulic?...

I have a ram muscle car clutch and with stock tires on it was a nice upgrade,but when I get the M/T's stickey and really try launching it I can smell the clutch and can tell im loosing power between the flywheel and tires..so id have to say centerforce for sure!!..
No, I just posted a link to the conversion for someone else.
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No, I just posted a link to the conversion for someone else.
Ok yeah thats the convo I was thinking of..
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