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Old 04-27-2011, 11:42 PM   #1
taxi615
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ACT vs clutchmaster???



ok I'm debating on one or the other I've never had anyone around me try the ACT and well clutchmaster has the reputation behind them...the price is really wanting me to try the ACT there is a big difference $$$...the use of my car is street and loads of track I'm running about 300 WHP and about 475 hp on NOS.
I am going to end up S/C at some point so I would like the clutch to with stand 600hp and up. I was thinking FX 725 W/flywheel(stage 6) more or less 2000$. But I haven't shopped around ACT site for what I need.

right now I'm still running the 97 original OEM clutch (yes its 14 years old...lol) and shooting 125hp of NOS but I think it wont last the whole summer. I will be holding back on NOS until I change it so I dont end up on the side of the road.

can you guys send feedbacks on ACT? and/or compare both no BS this is expensive and don't want to do it wrong.

thanks!
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Old 04-27-2011, 11:56 PM   #2
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I have also found that bully makes a nice stage 4 clutch.
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