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Suzuki SPEC Import Stage 5 Clutch Kits

Types of Driving: Drag, Pulling

For extremely modified drag race and pulling engines, or applications that call for a slipper clutch/progressive torque-induced engagement. These clutches are best ordered as custom configured and should be ordered after providing specific information about the car and it's purpose to a SPEC technical assistant. Not street-friendly due to harsh engagement.

High clamp pressure plate (adjustability available on some applications), rigid iron disc assembly, tool kit and some include throw out bearings.

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SPEC Import Stage 5 Clutch Kit Reviews
  (8.3 of 10) 3 Reviews    Write Review
RatingDateModelReview
906/03/2007RSXBraking the clutch for the 1st 400 miles is hell and a bit scary on the street. After the 400 miles, you'll have more play room, no more squeeling when shifting, so you'll be good to go. I strongly recommend it for heavy HP applications, you wont regret it.
904/27/2007RSXWoahh! No play room with the clutch, it's almost like a constant engagement. It has a strong embarrasing squeal when engaging the clutch that lasts about 400 miles. After that, it goes away and sometimes you barely hear it for less than a sec. This thing will defenetly handle my Full-Race stage 3 turbo kit. FYI, i bent my right passenger axle on this clutch on normal everyday driving. Thats how quick the engagement is. No problem, the new stage 5.9 axles will handle it. If you're going to be pushing mad HP then i recommend it. Just be prepared for engine stalls and wearing out street tires on the first 450 miles of braking it in. After that,it smoothes out a little bit and you'll be aight.
709/07/2005SupraThis clutch is EXTREMELY strong. The harder you shift, the harder it hits. I guess because of the material, it "squeals". There is not much play or room for adjustment. Being unsprung, I was afraid of crankwalk if adjusted too much past its present setting. Look for a strong clutch, but know what you're getting into before you go iron. Definately not for the street or traffic.

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