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Hi, 

 

Anyone has any experience with the following clutch . It looks like a racing clutch but on driftworks in the UK is listed as street clutch .

 

https://www.japspeed.co.uk/exedy-nissan-skyline-r34-gtt-stage-2-s-type-clutch.html

 

would the clamping force suggest the maximum load/torque ?

in another word how would you match hp requirement with clamping force

 

many thanks

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A full face organic.  There are several clutch vendors here in Oz that are fantastic.  If you are geographically challenged, then the smartestest bestest approach would be a Nismo coppermix.

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I was suggested ceramic extreme for occasional drift and organic for street racing

 

i am in the uk and prices are way more than au even for extreme

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