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JoeBradburn 08-09-2001 10:40 PM

what's the best clutch for no worries?
I'm using a 427 center oiler with a billet alum flywheel and want to use a clutch that can handle whatever i throw at it. i have seen some 3 disk clutches for $1700.00 "damn". i don't know anything about clutches, except that a dodge charger i had when i was 18 went threw them every 500 miles!!! any help would be appreciated.

Campy 08-10-2001 07:44 PM

Best Clutch
Hi Joe,

I am using a Centerforce clutch and pressure plate. The clutch you buy should be based on your total anticipated torque. I think my entire assembly was about $400. My guess is you'll need something that can handle 450 - 500 ft-lbs.

Good luck

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