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Turbo Kraft Clutch

My son ordered me a replacement clutch for my car. I am pumped to have it installed.
I have the KEP in there now and HATE IT!!! I know so of you guys use it with good luck, I have short bellhousing Turbo tranny and for some reason my car does not like it.
The turbo kraft clutch is a little pricy but spare no expense for my baby. Let you guys no how it works out when I get it installed John
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Is it a stage 1 or 2? I have a stage 1 in my '77 with a Sachs organic disk. It holds the power well but I could never get the adjustment right. It was like the disk is too thick for the KEP pressure plate. The disk has worn in some now so there is a little more play in the adjustment, but I stall have push the clutch pedal to the floor to fully release it.
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Hey there J,

If Chris helped with the selection of the clutch package...you will love the results...end of story.

When I needed a clutch package, I researched until I was blue in the face and rightly confused for what to buy. So many opinions, so little real applicable information, as every bodies situation is slightly different.

I threw my hands up, and called Chris...problem solved. Proper, detailed advise is priceless!

Mark
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I also called Chris when I needed to change my clutch and he was spot on. I love the feel and the holding power. You will be pleased John I’m sure.
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I have KEP II in both my shortened g50 and in the 930 trans, but find them giving a very hard pedal.
As I understand, Turbokraft package is softer pedal and gives good hold

Looking forward to see your experience on this john
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