|01-16-2007 10:04 AM|
I guess I'm too late but I would have recommended the standard Luk OE replacement clutch. I just replaced my OE (made by Luk) clutch last weekend and with over 167,000 HARD miles including having been smoked many times, it was still in excellent condition with many more miles left on it. I only changed it because of an upcoming run to Sledgehammer that is notoriously tough and changing a clutch there would have been a nightmare. With over 167,000 hard miles on it, I thought it was living on borrowed time but it wasn't.
CenterForce advertises heavily and has many fooled into thinking it's just a very heavy duty clutch but it's actually designed for racing where high RPMs rule. Yes it works but it costs nearly double what the Luk clutch costs and it gives no benefit over the Luk.
|01-15-2007 09:01 PM|
|black tj 97||oh i did not see that thanks i was jsut shopping around today for one and found that was jsut 50 more so i bought that. thanks for your help|
|01-15-2007 08:57 PM|
read your other double posted thread.
|01-15-2007 08:48 PM|
|black tj 97||any body know|
|01-14-2007 12:34 AM|
|black tj 97||
just pulled my trans and an getting it rebuilt second grear blew out im putting a heavt duty clutch in and presure plate while its out an disavantage to going with a haeavy duty??