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BaTMaN_4
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BaTMaN_4 Feb 21, 10:11am - #108202 

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What Clutch?

Im about to order an ACT clutch from a local import shop, but i am debating on which one to get, should i got with the ACT Street Clutch or the ACT 4 Puck Clutch.

P.S. i drive around a lot during the week and mainly race on the weekends.
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Speed4TheNeed
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Speed4TheNeed Feb 21, 9:09pm - #108203 

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get the act street clutch--the people that have it on here can't stop shutting up about how much they appreciate it

even some of the more racewise members like the clutch and you should be able to do a 6 rpm launch without smelling it thumbsup
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CeLlYgT04
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CeLlYgT04 Feb 21, 9:16pm - #108204 

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Originally Posted by sPeEd4tHeNeEd
get the act street clutch--the people that have it on here can't stop shutting up about how much they appreciate it

even some of the more racewise members like the clutch and you should be able to do a 6 rpm launch without smelling it thumbsup


Yea, get the street clutch grin
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BaTMaN_4
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BaTMaN_4 Feb 21, 9:23pm - #108205 

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6,000 rpms without smelling it, thats is NIIICCCEE!! spineyes laughsilly
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VSGTS14
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VSGTS14 Feb 21, 9:24pm - #108206 

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Street

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Caleb
Speed4TheNeed Feb 21, 9:27pm - #108207 

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Originally Posted by BaTMaN_4
6,000 rpms without smelling it, thats is NIIICCCEE!! spineyes laughsilly


isn't it? i can usually only do about a 4 rpm launch max without smelling my clutch.

of course, i don't have dr's (drag radials) either so it wouldnt do me much good to launch at 6rpms (unless i'm on asphalt on a warm day) cause i'd just (and have) spun out. thumbsup
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Speed4TheNeed Feb 21, 9:28pm - #108208 

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Originally Posted by VSGTS14
Street


billy is definately the king of the one-word answers spineyes

too bad he almost always knows what he's talking about though...cause then it'd just be too easy to rip him apart. lol j/k billy thumbsup
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SeeULater Feb 21, 9:54pm - #108209 
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Get the street disk but you can look at higher stage clutches with that same disk. Depends on the kid of power you pushing.

STREET DISK
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badazzgt Feb 22, 8:18am - #108210 

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If your planning on doing a lot of mods go 4 puck. If your just doing Intake and exhaust then Id go with street.
grin
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element_celica
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element_celica Feb 22, 8:21am - #108211 

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can't go wrong w/ rps max street clutch.
i've heard the act clutches don't allow you to slip the clutch as good (slipping the clutch is good for racing)

rip celi...
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ToNe
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ToNe Feb 22, 9:47am - #108212 
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Originally Posted by badazzgt
If your planning on doing a lot of mods go 4 puck. If your just doing Intake and exhaust then Id go with street.
grin


what he said
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