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Old 11-30-2013, 01:36 PM   #1
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Mcleod RST or RXT?

Hey guys I'm needed to replace/upgrade my clutch soon and im wondering which clutch would be the better choice. I do plan on adding a supercharger(and ending up with roughly 550RWHP), however the supercharger isn't going to be happening for roughly a year(waiting to deploy again).

I do plan on racing my car both at a 1/4 track and I want to try road course racing(with the Hooked on Driving classes that are offered at different tracks)

My car is a daily driver, so I want to keep the stock clutch feel as much as possible. I really hate stiff clutches.

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Old 12-01-2013, 04:25 PM   #2
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you'll be fine with either one, the RXT has a more aggresive compound in it's clutch discs, but don't let that alter your decision against it, I have the RXT in mine and the clutch pedal pressure truely feels stock.
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