Re: [DML] Power clutch disk
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Re: [DML] Power clutch disk

Hi John

Won't this be really wearing on the flywheel? I'd be interested if the  
special material is on the pressure plate side - I need a new clutch  
for my Venturi, which is capable of pushing over 350ft-lbs, and the  
original Renault clutch is $$$!


Quoting John Hervey <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> Group,
> I was talking to my clutch disk builder the other day and they showed
> me a disk material they are using on some 700HP Corvette clutch disk
> they build. I ask them if they could get me the same material and they
> did. It's set on the plate a little different than the Corvette is but
> they said when you let out on the clutch you had better be ready to go
> because it grabs. It goes on the flywheel side and my standard 40mm
> friction material goes on the other side so just in case you try to
> over power it you will have some friction material on the other side.
> I built one and it's in stock.
> I'm also waiting on a more powerfull pressure plate when it becomes
> available.
> John Hervey
> Call if any questions
> 9am till 9pm 12/7

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