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Old 12-08-2017, 01:03 PM   #1
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Which Carbon Clutch Pattern is better?

Oem clutch disc (smaller sections of friction material) vs new Ford Racing clutch discs.
Just asking for fun really. Kinda surprised to see any difference but what do I know?
I know drivers side clutch pack was 7/128 less and passenger side was 1/128 less than the new packs after 34k miles. Drivers side had a noticeable in/out movement before and now it’s almost non existent.
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I’m not sure there is a practical advantage to the FR part. The clutch on the right however does look like it would provide for a more uniform movement of fluid. Just my uneducated speculation.
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I?m not sure there is a practical advantage to the FR part. The clutch on the right however does look like it would provide for a more uniform movement of fluid. Just my uneducated speculation.
Yeah, I agree.
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