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Question best pressure plate for street use?

getting ready to do the clutch in my 80 930. I know im beating a dead horse . whats the best pressure plate ,every1 says the sachs slips and i would like to get the most milage without having to do the clutch too soon. any input would be much appreciated.
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I have the Centerforce and it's a pretty heavy pedal. I've heard the Kennedy is even heavier. How heavy do you want?
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i really dont want it to heavy,but if i need more clamping force so it doesnt slip i might have to settle for it. is the sachs plate really that bad?
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I would speak to Stephen Kaspar of www.imagineauto.com he will fix you up with a quality product to suit your needs.
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The Kennedy ain't that stiff...just put it in neutralat the light...
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I have a stage 1 KEP PP. I really don't notice that it is stiffer.
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whos a dealer or do you have a website?
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Best prices will be had if you go direct to KEP.

http://www.kennedyeng.com/porsc_pp.htm

661-272-1147 Monte was very helpful over the phone.

I really probably didnt need to go stage 2 with their "race organic" disk but I am pretty tough on clutches so I chose the overkill route!

Hope this helps..............................Chris
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I'll probably go with Kennedy when my Centerforce wears out. If you're not making crazy HP, I imagine they'll recommend they're stage 1 PP with a stock spring centered disk.
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