i been using F1 stage 3 clutch +10.5p flywheel and after 3rd oil change around 9 or 10k miles its slips on anything over 1/4 throttle.
i have 5 or 6 launches on it. it realy has good grabing point and when you launch it and slip clutch and then let it go, it grabs right a way. realy stong and good for few races but it wears out realy fast
Almost certain they use stock pressure plates just painted. The biggest difference is the F-1 compound is not the greatest and wears very fast. I first bought an F-1 and I was able to chip away the compound with my finger nail "Very Soft and brittle" I sent it back and went with the XTD stage 3. I have never been happier and I intend to use the XTD stage 4 in my next TT build.
93 Stealth TT Renegade Tech Works ECS Controller, 3sx DP, Megan SS Exhaust, Maximal High flow converter, FuelLab FPR, Walbro FP, MP Solid Mounts, All -6an Lines, Intrax Springs,
AWS/ABS/Cruise Delete, MP Rear Control Arms, SS Brake Lines, 99 Front Conversion, 2nd gen Rear Bumper, Complete interior LED Swap
The XTD is a good clutch and they do work ok. I ran a 6 puck for a while until I got a Southbend clutch. They have full face clutches that are much smoother, easier on the drivetrain, and hold more than that 6 puck ever could.
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