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Old 11-21-2017, 06:32 AM
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Black Friday Bump!
540 shipped on FX100 kits with all OEM Nachi bearings!
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Boosted? Need more torque capacity? We can do these in segmented or pucked style clutches too! All still fully caged!

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I think I've replied to all PMs! Lots of people taking advantage of our sales! Don't miss out!
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Bumpity bump! We can do any friction material on a fully enclosed sprung hub.
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what's it rated to
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Originally Posted by StocS2k View Post
what's it rated to
FX100 has more torque capacity than ACT/OEM combo. Should be north of 300 ft/lb, though different people seem to have different results - this could be because of variations in dyno, driving style, etc.
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Hey Guys and Gals, just a reminder that the clutch being offered in this thread is different than the off the shelf kits. This is different than the clutch sold by other vendors or even through our site directly. To get the fully enclosed springs and the OEM bearings please don't hesitate to call or PM me. Thanks!
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Ok so I went with the sos 400 clutch that has a full face disc on one side and segmented on the other with a marc l spring in between the discs. The act slipped at 500whp and 360trq ptuning kit 13psi. The sos held the power all the way to 600whp and 400trq. However, its grabby and more importantly it buzzes! I don't like the clutch although it's much better than a puck. I would assume this clutch even with act pressure plate would be the same as oem disc for holding? DO you have pics of this other material your talking about? Can you actually test the act clutch clamping force before you but it? I woud like 2600 if possible with one of your discs.
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Ok so I went with the sos 400 clutch that has a full face disc on one side and segmented on the other with a marc l spring in between the discs. The act slipped at 500whp and 360trq ptuning kit 13psi. The sos held the power all the way to 600whp and 400trq. However, its grabby and more importantly it buzzes! I don't like the clutch although it's much better than a puck. I would assume this clutch even with act pressure plate would be the same as oem disc for holding? DO you have pics of this other material your talking about? Can you actually test the act clutch clamping force before you but it? I woud like 2600 if possible with one of your discs.
Correct, if you're slipping on the OEM disc with ACT HD PP, there's a possibility that these won't hold either.

We can do a segmented like the FX300/350 which will have increased torque capacity, but it will be a little grabbier, like the SOS disc.
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