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Old 02-09-2010, 12:36 AM   #1
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Default Whats a Good Clutch and aluminum or steel flywheel ???

Car sees occassional track but mostly street i have centerforce dfx with 26 spline thinking about trying a different clutch any suggestions ???
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Car sees occassional track but mostly street i have centerforce dfx with 26 spline thinking about trying a different clutch any suggestions ???
I had spec3+ and I now have the centrforce dfx . IMO the centerforce is a better all around clutch, less chatter less slip same torque specs. Just better street manners.

Unless u go twinn disc just stick with centerforce. And stay away from aluminum flywheels they are good for fast revving but they also make the Rpms fall between shifts like a ton of bricks.
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I loved my DFX with steel flywheel
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I've always had good luck with the DFX, but it's not for everybody (from a street manners standpoint).

I've always run a Fidanza Aluminum flywheel and the lighter rotational mass (vs. a steel flywheel) has never given me any issues with the rpms dropping between shifts or being able to launch hard.
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I've always had good luck with the DFX, but it's not for everybody (from a street manners standpoint).

I've always run a Fidanza Aluminum flywheel and the lighter rotational mass (vs. a steel flywheel) has never given me any issues with the rpms dropping between shifts or being able to launch hard.
thanks for the input guys guess i should stick with the dfx
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