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Aggressive engagement with fast shift action; spring-center construction for low to moderate gear rattle
Premium ceramic friction materials provide low wear rates and high heat tolerance
Utilizes wraparound spring windows, thicker retainer stampings and a heat-treated spring steel drive plate to provide support, reduce stress concentrations and increase strength and reliability
Recommended for high horsepower street or race use
Spring-centered construction dampens torsional vibrations for quieter operation and resists failure under harsh conditions
ACT's 6-pad spring-centered race discs are made with high quality ceramic friction materials that produce 28 percent more friction and torque capacity over organic materials. The spring-center properly dampens torsional vibrations for quieter operation and resists failure even under harsh conditions. ACT spring retainers utilize wraparound spring windows and thicker retainer stampings to provide spring support, reduce stress concentrations and increase strength and reliability. The heavy duty torsional dampening springs are stronger in most cases than standard springs and are provided in the best sizes and spring rates to suit the application. The 6-pad spring-centered disc is recommended for larger clutch sizes to absorb more heat and for smoother engagement. All ACT race discs are certified as meeting SFI Specification 1.1 and are legal in all racing organizations that require SFI certification.
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