twin disk clutch discussion

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Postby RWDragoon » Sat Oct 11, 2008 6:26 am

I have a Tilton twin disc with a tilton chromalloy flywheel (5sfe stroker) Complete kit including tilton master cylinder. I may have to sell this kit because I dont have the room on a RHD car to install the master cylinder. Unless I use a tilton pedal assembly and use a overhung design (lots of custom fab work)
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Postby abraxxa » Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:38 pm

I have the Carbonetic twin-disc type normal with the 1150kg pressure plate and it drives really good.
The car is much more fun than with the OEM clutch.
I wish I had replaced it four years ago when I bought the car!
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Re: twin disk clutch discussion

Postby stevo27 » Mon Jan 11, 2010 2:46 am

if anyone's intrested my RPS billet carbon twin disk is for sale brand spankin new :D
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Re: twin disk clutch discussion

Postby abraxxa » Wed Aug 03, 2022 9:18 pm

My Carbonetic twin-disc isn't fully disengaging. I've already adjusted the pedal to the maximum available travel but shifting still isn't smooth and I often stall the engine in reverse. Any ideas besides the extended slave cylinder pushrod? But as speed source seems to not exist any more, I'm not sure where to get one.
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