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post #1 of 11 Old June 7th, 2007, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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clutch went south. was looking at centerforce dual fricton and spec stage 2. car has 474 whp and 412 tq. does anyone recommend one over the other? car is street driven (hard) primarily, but does go to track, either way its driven like its stolen. clutch that was in there was older centerforce from when car only made 350 hp.

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post #2 of 11 Old June 8th, 2007, 04:15 AM
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spec stage 2+
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stage 2 plus, thats not overkill? is that preference or do you know something?

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post #4 of 11 Old June 8th, 2007, 05:18 PM
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i think the cebterforce dual friction will do ya good...BUT if you do go to the spec id get the stage 3


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It might be a little overkill yes. But thats what I decided to go with with my setup with the nitrous and I should be making right around what you are at the tires, on the bottle of course. I talked to a bunch of guys on another forum where one of the guys works for spec. A lot of them have the 2+'s and love them. You could also do a stage 3 and it will actually be cheaper than a 2+. The guy that worked there told me that a stage 2 will hold it but if it were his car he would have done a stage 2+.
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whats the pedal stiffness like on your 2+? will the clutch chatter upon release with the 3?

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arent they hydraulic on the foxes? if so then wouldnt it make a difference? i dunno much about that yet...
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arent they hydraulic on the foxes? if so then wouldnt it make a difference? i dunno much about that yet...
Clutch cable and quadrant, but you can get hyd. kits for them I beleive.

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Well the 2+ has similar stiffness to the 2 from what I hear anyway. Those that went from a 2 to a 2+ said that it was not much different of course it's a little more stiff but not a hell of a lot. That is why the 2+ is more expensive more streetability with the similar strength to the 3.
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arent they hydraulic on the foxes? if so then wouldnt it make a difference? i dunno much about that yet...
Clutch cable and quadrant, but you can get hyd. kits for them I beleive.
do you know where from? ive looked but my searches have only come up with kits for 65-69's hydraulic would be niceee
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mines hydraulic when i get a chance ill look for the brand....it was on there when i bought it...
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