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Old 02-14-2014, 09:54 AM   #1
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Hi I was looking in all the threads on here to see what would be a good clutch now that mine it gone at 46k. But I didn't find anything on personal experiences with the different clutches. I have been looking at McLeod super street pro, Exedy stage 2, Ram powergrip hd and Bahnhof. if anyone have any good or bad experiences please tell. Thanks.
Would like one that can hold up to 450hp.

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I had a centerforce dual friction installed at a Ford dealer at 42,000 miles and I have about 75,000 miles now, no problems, I love it at the track

Only complaint but it's probably not the clutches fault but you don't have a lot of pedal travel which is fine but if your drag racing and want to slip out the clutch it makes it hard
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I got an excedy about 5k ago and have no problems with it at all. But just like stated about there isn't much pedal travel.
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Thanks for the reply I'm about to look that up right now.
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What stage is your clutch?
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Mine is a stage one, my car doesn't make as much power as yours so I didn't think it was needed but if I had to do it over again I would get the stage two.
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I had a centerforce dual friction installed at a Ford dealer at 42,000 miles and I have about 75,000 miles now, no problems, I love it at the track

Only complaint but it's probably not the clutches fault but you don't have a lot of pedal travel which is fine but if your drag racing and want to slip out the clutch it makes it hard
Is it a lot heavier?
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I would say it's nice and firm, I use to think it was really firm till I tried my buddy's clutch in his Mach 1 and that you have to force about 100 pounds down on it or so it feels

But ya its pretty stiff but not bad or annoying
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Yeah I guess like everything it will be fine when you get used to it.
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