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This is a discussion on Zoom clutch within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; Is anyone running these, I have never heard of them before. http://www.ws6project.com/user_stor/...9c3d85074b7807 That is the one I plan on buying ...

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    Is anyone running these, I have never heard of them before.

    http://www.ws6project.com/user_stor/...9c3d85074b7807

    That is the one I plan on buying so any information would be greatly appreciated.

    How long do kevlar clutches last?
    How much power should I expect this thing to hold?
    How is the streetability of this clutch?

    Thanks in advance everyone for any information!

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    I can't say too much, because I've never personally used a Kevlar clutch, but I've had good experience with Zoom clutches in general. Very nice quality products.

    Supposedly Kevlar is supposed to be able to take much more abuse and power than an organic disc. It has the gripping power of ceramic, without the hard properties of ceramic that chew up the flywheel.

    The critical thing with kevlar clutches is the break in period, most have to be broken in with 700 miles of city driving before you can use them in a performance manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wesman View Post
    I can't say too much, because I've never personally used a Kevlar clutch, but I've had good experience with Zoom clutches in general. Very nice quality products.

    Supposedly Kevlar is supposed to be able to take much more abuse and power than an organic disc. It has the gripping power of ceramic, without the hard properties of ceramic that chew up the flywheel.

    The critical thing with kevlar clutches is the break in period, most have to be broken in with 700 miles of city driving before you can use them in a performance manner.
    Sounds like a good deal to me.... I tend to drive like an old man anyway around the city so it may be perfect for me. Thanks Wes for spending my money!

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