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Old 09-25-2018, 10:01 PM
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Originally Posted by 95vettski View Post


Tony, is that with the stock master?
Yes.....the newer stuff is designed around OEM hydraulics

Back in the day (first few prototypes) I had to run a larger master cylinder to get the right window / pedal feel for faster shifting etc. but the new pressure plates have different leverage ratios now so you don't have to invest in aftermarket hydraulics.....the OEM stuff works great and in fact is ideal IMO

Originally Posted by RockyMtC5 View Post
Im going to have DRM install it and I was thinking either Street Twin Carbon or street Twin Carbon Lite. I do not drag race or track it, I do a mile event once or twice a year but mostly canyon carving and spirited cruises. I may start tracking at some point but mostly a “street” car. I will probably have DRM do 4.10 gears also on my H/C/I/E 2003 6 speed coupe (433 rwhp / 396 tq).

Should I stick with Street Twin Carbon or would the Street twin Lite be a good option? Trying to shave weight so I can stay na and still be fast
Email me....we may get on the phone to quickly discuss it

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Old 10-09-2018, 12:13 PM
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How is this clutch with a big cam?
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Old 10-09-2018, 11:45 PM
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Originally Posted by 96darkhorse View Post
How is this clutch with a big cam?
No different than any other light clutch with a big cam (typically more difficult to tune for perfect drivability) but hey.....you put a big can in your car so good drivability is clearly not paramount here

The good news is big cams like RPM and most standard design clutches do not so you will appreciate the fact its really easy to drive this car hard and have it shift quickly and cleanly when the tach is 7K and beyond

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Old 10-14-2018, 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted by 96darkhorse View Post
How is this clutch with a big cam?
I can say that an RPS clutch can be slipped very easily from a dead stop even with a large cam. My current BC2 weighs in at 32 lbs. and the cam has 50% more lift than most.

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