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Old 04-24-2005, 05:12 AM   #1
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Has anyone used the Centerforce Dual Friction clutch? The Spec 3 seems pretty stout but I've seen some bad posts about them.
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Do you know there's something called a search button or where you born yesterday.
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The search feature is a well known valuable technical resource I recommend you use it.
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OK, so it looks like Spec 3 is the way to go. But should I get carbon or ceramic? Which will last longer? Also, my flywheel (Centerforce Steel) will only have about 1,000 miles on it when I install the Spec, will it need to be resurfaced?
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An organic friction material will give you better feel and street manners, which is ideal for the majority of drivers. A ceramic or tougher material (ie, kevlar) can easily support additional horsepower and rpm down the road however may chatter and have more of an on/off nature.
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