While the discs and pressure plate along with the general design have a lot to do with the clutch, you can’t forget the flywheel.
This time around, we wanted to look at some of the practical dimensions – basically how big it really is and how well it fits into a bellhousing in the real world.
Last time, we provided you with a little preview of Tilton’s new street strip ST-246 clutch. The attributes are many and we’ll dig into them right here.
Getting the right clutch setup for a street-strip car isn’t exactly easy.
Scott Garven and his dad are rebuilding a ’67 Chevy Camaro, and outlining the steps for the rebuild. Part 4 looks at the installation of the clutch and pressure plate.
Mike Aguilar shows us some great clutch install tips for all you three peddle junkies.