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Old 09-05-2012, 05:49 PM   #1
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Whats better

Soo what do you guys think is better a ram hdx clutch or a exedy mach 350 stage 1?
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Centerforce.
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350-450 depending on what u want. Get the Ford racing throw out bearing no matter what u get. The cf tob is not very good.
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I have a Centerforce dual friction and I love it! It handles over 600 hp and heavy track use. I payed 370 for it
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I have a Centerforce dual friction and I love it! It handles over 600 hp and heavy track use. I payed 370 for it
What are you times at the track?
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Well unrelated to the clutch it has done 11.7 @124mph. But I was having huge traction issues. Haven't got to run it since I did the rear suspension. Looking at low 11s tho
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Well unrelated to the clutch it has done 11.7 @124mph. But I was having huge traction issues. Haven't got to run it since I did the rear suspension. Looking at low 11s tho
Centerforce Dual Friction - 90% more holding power than stock and reduced pedal feel can't beat it IMO.


With that MPH you should be close to 10's once you get your traction sorted out.
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One more little tip: use an oem clutch cable. All after market ones make ur pedal way heavier then necessary and the stock one is just fine

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Centerforce Dual Friction - 90% more holding power than stock and reduced pedal feel can't beat it IMO.

With that MPH you should be close to 10's once you get your traction sorted out.
Yea I just put a cage and a lot of sfi stuff in for when the numbers come. As soon as I can afford a dyno tune I will install my snow performance meth kit as well. Hopefully drop it into the 10s. Best part, it's registered! Haha
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One more little tip: use an oem clutch cable. All after market ones make ur pedal way heavier then necessary and the stock one is just fine

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Yea I just put a cage and a lot of sfi stuff in for when the numbers come. As soon as I can afford a dyno tune I will install my snow performance meth kit as well. Hopefully drop it into the 10s. Best part, it's registered! Haha
Yes, OEM clutch cable is the way to go. MM's kit uses OEM.
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One more little tip: use an oem clutch cable. All after market ones make ur pedal way heavier then necessary and the stock one is just fine

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Yea I just put a cage and a lot of sfi stuff in for when the numbers come. As soon as I can afford a dyno tune I will install my snow performance meth kit as well. Hopefully drop it into the 10s. Best part, it's registered! Haha
Mine can tap 10's leaving off the transbrake and is also my wknd toy.. Gotta love making zO6 look dumb!!
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Ha yea a trans brake on a c4 would definitely make it leave harder. But I like the 5 speed, makes things more interesting. Hell yea **** a z06. I smashed an Audi r8 a few weeks ago. That dude was pissed
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