Which Clutch?

Discussion in '94-95 5.0 - Specific' started by cobra4978, May 10, 2007.

  1. cobra4978

    cobra4978 Well-Known Member

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    Since i gotta replace my tranny i'm lookin for a new clutch to go with it i was thinkin about a centerforce or zoom clutch just wanted to see what you guys though i should go with i want one that aint gonna let down on me any opinion welcome!
     
  2. Paul

    Paul Legend

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    How much power do you need to hold down, and what type of clutch feel would you like?
     
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    cobra4978 Well-Known Member

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    right now my car is pushin close to about 245 id say just for future modification id like to be safe up to about 350 thats after heads and a cam
     
  4. 94yellowgt

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    My Zoom did fine until I added the Procharger and now if I shift hard it slips BAD. It is the cheaper Zoom though. Im going with a Spec soon, probaly stage 3. The Zoom would be fine on a H/C/I car.
     
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    I've used a Hayes and a McLeod single disc at those power levels and they worked great. I think I liked the Hayes a bit better as pedal effort was easy. That was at 347rwhp/442rwtq.

    I've had very bad luck with Centerforce clutches coming apart. That's just my experience.
     
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    I have a Zoom kevlar clutch in my car and I love it, a little stiff, but I still love it.
     
  7. ryclef331

    ryclef331 Well-Known Member

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    I run a Clutchmasters Stage 3 and it has held up GREAT. ZERO chatter and great pedal feel.