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

John, I'm not sure you understood me

The more grippy material works by being more abrasive - and I'd rather 
that abrasion was aimed at the pressure plate than at the flywheel - the 
effect would be exactly the same except that you'd accellerate the wear 
on the part that you replace! A new EFI flywheel from Renault is over $1000

The actual clutch in my Venturi, which is the same as an Alpine A610, is 
identical to the DeLorean's except for being much stronger to take the 
300hp and 350ft-lbs torque.


John Hervey wrote:
> Yes,
> It will wear more than regular friction material but that is why it is a
> power clutch disk material. It grabs on the flywheel side and with regular
> friction material on other it will slip if need be. If you want to 
> grab the
> fly wheel then you don't ride the clutch.
> Give me a digital and dimensions and I think they can build any kind of
> clutch disk you want.
> John Hervey

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