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Old 10-05-2004, 04:40 PM   #1
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Default Anyone else run a RAM Stage 4 on the street?

I've had this clutch in for a few weeks, was wondering if anyone else has this clutch, and their thoughts on it

It's a RAM heavy duty stage 4 with a billit steel flywheel. It holds like a mother, but is very touchy. It feels more like an on/off switch than a clutch

How much power will this sucker hold? I want to spray again, but curious as to how it will hold up to nitrous vs the stock Z06 clutch it used to have
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Old 10-05-2004, 04:50 PM   #2
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i drove mine on the street for 4k till i swapped it out for the 980 disc so i can be a little more street friendly for now. for a track setup its great never missed a beat. just make sure you dont slip it much or it will burn up. mine was in pretty good shape from mostly steet driving when i took it out.

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Whats a stage 4? I have the 910 VDS and aluminum flywheel. It was my daily driver til it go hit.
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'Stage 4' is the same as the 910 VDS except it does not come with the flywheel and the ability to change the pressure.
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