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At 10psi a fresh stock clutch will hold for a decent time before it starts to slip due to wear.
KEP typically is used with high HP cars but heavy on the leg.
Centerforce is modified clutch and work well.
Sachs always work from stock to sport to their 934/935 clutches for high HP, and are the smoothest actuating stock dimension packaged clutches.
If you want the most reliable package... SACHS.
Stock will be fine if you stay below 10psi.
Sport, KEP Stage 1 or Centerforce for a little extra holding power up to 15psi.
Over 15psi KEP Stage 2 or 934/935 will be required.
Beyond 25psi will require custom multidisc clutch assemblies.

As for SPEC, I have not one thing good to comment on them. So I leave it at that.
It changes from time to time.....

Last edited by GJF; 06-19-2020 at 05:34 PM..
Old 06-19-2020, 10:47 AM
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