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clockwork Jun 18, 3:30pm - #21628 

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clutch question

does anyone know the difference between a 4puc and 6puc clutch?...does one engage harder than the other? confused...thanks cool

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RicePowered Jun 18, 3:38pm - #21629 
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The 6 pad discs are recommended on larger sizes to absorb the heat or for smoother engagement when fast shifting may not be a concern. The 6 pad disc is best for street/strip use.

The 4 pad discs engage harder and shift faster and are well suited for smaller disc sizes from smaller engines. The 4 pad disc is best for race car only or trailer race cars.
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clockwork Jun 18, 3:47pm - #21630 

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hmmm cool..thanks thumbsup

2000 GT-S
6spd
AEM CAI
Tanabe SRM exhaust
ACT STREET MOD CLUTCH
UR FLYWHEEL
TRD SPRINGS
TANABE FR TOWER BRACE
OBX SHORT SHIFTER
ENERGY SUSPENSION MOTOR MOUNTS
CF HOOD
SUPER STOCK STEREO SYSTEM WITH BUDS TK421 MODIFICATION
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