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I have a 1988 Mustang that is putting out about 400 horsepower. Can I use a dual-disk clutch in it?

I am thinking of a Centerforce dual disk. Will it work without any problems? I will be teaching a couple of young lads how to drive a stick shift and do not want something that is too much for them but will take the punishment they will give it without me having to change it about the time they learn.
 

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I have a 1988 Mustang that is putting out about 400 horsepower. Can I use a dual-disk clutch in it?

I am a firm believer in having the strongest clutch you can get. I do not know how anyone else feels, but I found the dual disk to work great and I will never have to replace it. Mine is putting out closer to 300 horse and I love the clutch.

You might want to get other opinions on how easy the pedal effort is, but I have no problems.
 

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I have a 1988 Mustang that is putting out about 400 horsepower. Can I use a dual-disk clutch in it?

a single disk is quite enough/also smoother to engage easier
 
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