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Best Clutch/PressurePlate/Flywheel Combo?

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    Best Clutch/PressurePlate/Flywheel Combo?

    What do you all feel is the best clutch, Pressure Plate, And Flywheel for Street/Strip Use?

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    alot of guys seem to use the spec 3+ and steel flywheel,which is why im gonna try them,good luck.

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    i bought a spec stage 3 bout a year ago, and i freakin hate it. chatters like crazy. a waste of $380. have they gotten any better since then. i'm also lookin for a new clutch setup. just can't take it anymore.

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    Video of guy abusing new D2 clutch from Zoom!

    May want to check out the D2 Twin disc from Zoom. Here is a guy (Mike Peters AKA. Bubba Drift) that runs it in an LS supercharged Drift car. He has abused the crap out of it for over a year and it's still holding, even after two motors!

    Actions speaker louder than words i say... If you want to know more, let me know.


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    While it all depends on how much power you're pushing and what you're looking to accomplish with it, the GM LS7 kit has served well with my h/c/i setup. That being said, I haven't really beaten on it by dumping at the line, etc. Sometime soon I'll know how it holds up to a h/c/i motor with the juice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight02 View Post
    While it all depends on how much power you're pushing and what you're looking to accomplish with it, the GM LS7 kit has served well with my h/c/i setup. That being said, I haven't really beaten on it by dumping at the line, etc. Sometime soon I'll know how it holds up to a h/c/i motor with the juice!
    Pushin 472hp at the rear

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    Have had a Textralia for just over a year now, and love it. It has outlasted 2 other clutches that I have installed (Center Force and SPEC 3+). Allready convinced that if it goes I will upgrade to a Twin Disk Textralia. Especially now that my build is pretty close to done and 6 grand dumps are in affect now.

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