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Spec clutches

This is a discussion on Spec clutches within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; aluminum=bad...

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    O U 8 1 2 Spaz's Avatar
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    over here...

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    1999 trans am

    aluminum wil make for a jerk start unles you feather the cluch a bit more than usual...

    aluminum fly wheel = mostly autocross aplications...

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    Upstate, SC

    1999 camaro

    I honestly don't see why so many people use an overly aggressive high dollar clutch for DD's. My car put down 380rwhp same tq. and I have a LuK which is a stock replacement or essentially the LS6 clutch. It was replaced almost 5 years ago and knock on wood still holds good. I had a friend who had a Spec 2 for several thousand miles and drove and held great on a bolt-on car. Another friend with a 383 h/c/i engine ran a spec 3 for several thousand miles til he recently sold it. Local speed shop uses mostly Spec clutches in all of their cars they build and recently started using Ram just because they are local.

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