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Old 02-01-2010, 09:03 PM   #1
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Hi what clutch are you all using for stage 3+ 330/350 hp
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Old 02-01-2010, 09:18 PM   #2
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Personally, I use a AP racing organic with the standard clutch cover on my Sapphire 4X4 for a very hard fast road use
and I have a good result not to hard at the pedal and it holds the torque very well
You can use a complete AP racing organic but it becomes very hard
You can order a second clutch cable to have it in stock
Sorry for my English I come from Belguim
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A ceramatallic paddle plate would be good iv'e been told, would be a bit heavy on clutch and you'll get abit of vibration, but as your going hydrolic you should be ok.
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Im on that power and use ap 6 paddle with alcon heavy duty cover . The pedal isnt as heavy as the ap heavy duty cover and i was told by woodford garage this is the one the tuners tend to go for .
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Im on that power and use ap 6 paddle with alcon heavy duty cover . The pedal isnt as heavy as the ap heavy duty cover and i was told by woodford garage this is the one the tuners tend to go for .
That's what I would use, but even a standard clutch in good nick will take this no problem.
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Thanks for the help I'll take the gearbox off a have a look to see what it has on
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