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ClutchXperts CXP Stage 5 Race KIT Mitsubi ショップ 予約販売 With Compatible Clutch

ClutchXperts CXP Stage 5 Race Clutch KIT Compatible With Mitsubi

90円

ClutchXperts CXP Stage 5 Race Clutch KIT Compatible With Mitsubi

Product description

CXP STAGE 5 RACE CLUTCH KIT Fits MITSUBISHI 3000GT DODGE STEALTH 3.0L NON-TURBO
CXP STAGE 5 RACE CLUTCH KIT Fits MITSUBISHI 3000GT DODGE STEALTH 3.0L NON-TURBO
Description
ClutchXperts Stage 5 Miba* Racing Clutch Kit
Is a brand new stage 5 Xtreme Duty Racing Pressure Plate With Stage 5 6-Puck Copper Ceramic SOLID Miba Racing Disc Setup can hold and 80% more pressure increase over stock. ClutchXperts Stage 5 Miba* 6-Puck Miba* composite Disc is the best material for friction. It is used for Aircraft Brakes and is stronger than any other material in the clutch disc industry.
If you want the best the industry has to offer, ask for ClutchXperts 6 Puck Miba* Solid Rigid Copper Ceramic Miba Racing Disc. The ClutchXperts Racing 6 Puck Miba* Disc also uses our high torque internal assembly, but goes one step further in terms of friction. This disc uses an advanced Miba Delivering Aggressive Bite and increased thermal capacity. Uncharacteristic of the typical aggressive racing disc, The ClutchXperts Racing 6 Puck Miba Strip Disc provides outstanding stability, smooth engagement, and less wear on opposing plates. This combination has proven to be premier unit with regards to both performance and drivability for the daily driver with serious torque holding requirement. This system is recommended as the finest quality 'upgrade' from the original equipment clutch. This kit comes with everything you need for a new clutch job or clutch upgrade. If you are selecting a kit without a new flywheel, then be sure to resurface and rebalance your old flywheel prior to installation for best performance and result.
Street Or Long Life Of Clutch Break-In Required. (500miles-1000miles after installation)
Features Of ClutchXperts Stage 5 Miba* Racing Clutch System

  • Heavy Duty Stage 5 Heavy duty racing pressure plate
  • Hi-Leverage Design
  • Precision heat treated single diaphragm
  • Re-Arched

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