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recommended pressure plate

I think I will change my pressure plate (most likely clutch while I'm in there) in the off season...

That being said, what is a good recommendation for a strong setup? I just have the typical bolt on mods.. so just south of 400HP or so.

I can't even come close to launching the car remotely hard.. and I mean anything harder than normal driving is a no go right now. I hate the smell of burning clutch!
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I hear good stuff about Kennedy, but I haven't tried it.

I have a Centerforce with about 800 miles so I can't really comment yet.
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A sachs power clutch should hold your set-up.
I have a clutch-masters rebuilt clutch- 500$ and holds 800 horses. You can opt for a less dramatic set-up that would be more streetable for less I would be willing to bet. Its all custom- mine is a 4 puck ceramic
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If you want drivablity we use KEP. It has a little more pressure but the best choice for a street car. We pretty much use these now.
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KEP.....

The 600 pounder....
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I have KEP, they are heavier than stock but it's worth. I am able to drop the clutch and spin the tire instead smelling burnt clutch.
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thanks guys, I'll look into Kep it sounds like.
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