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Thread: triple disk clutches

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    triple disk clutches

    I'm running a 1/4 mile high bank circle track in a 85 Monte Carlo. It has 450 hp, saginaw 3 speed, & 9in. Ford rear end(6.33 gear). Now it has a ram 10.5 in. clucth. What are the pros And cons of changing over to 3 disk? Thanks

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    better excelartion and you can get in harder with less rotating weight

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    We make multi disk clutches suitable for what you're doing where the entire assembly INCLUDING flywheel weighs about 13 Lbs. Big difference from your 10.5". Really everything is better: Acceleration, you slow down faster and can get deeper into the corners. There is also less of a gyro effect. If you ever need application assistance we'd be happy to help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10000RPM
    We make multi disk clutches suitable for what you're doing where the entire assembly INCLUDING flywheel weighs about 13 Lbs. Big difference from your 10.5". Really everything is better: Acceleration, you slow down faster and can get deeper into the corners. There is also less of a gyro effect. If you ever need application assistance we'd be happy to help you.
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