How much you pay for it?DC5 RSX said:clutch masters fx600, guaranteed to never break. all depends what you call streetable though, to some people its extremely hard, and to others they say that they have felt worse. For my first week I was constantly stalling out, but now you cant even tell its a rough clutch when your in the passenger seat.
have you driven a car with the xtreme pressure plate before? if not, i suggest you try before committing to ittheFlyingCostello said:Ill be using the ACT Xtreme pressure plate, 6 puck Extreme clutch disc, and Prolite flywheel for my turbo. Should be more than enough.
First of all clutches are rated by torque, not HP since HP is relative to rpm and clutches are not. Besides that though, remember that there are always tradeoffs. As others have said, it depends on how you define "streetable". For instance our Xtreme pressure plate is very strong and with our street disc will hold a lot of torque, but the pedal effort is stiff. You would hate me when you are in traffic. We could design it with lighter pedal effort, but then clutch life suffers. On the other hand you can use a more aggressive disc like our puck type and our HD pressure plate and hold basically the same power. Now you are compromising a little engagment comfort (it chatters a bit). I don't know if that helps, but the bottom line is don't buy more than you need and if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. There is a lot of hype and misleading information out there.krayzeeimport said:what is the most hp handling clutch that is still streetable and how much power can it hold?