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    Twin plate clutch options for SR20 ?

    Hello boys and girls

    Long time no see as it seems that buying a house to renovate kind of puts a damper on being able to afford to build a Onevia - strange that

    Anyways having spent a long time out of the scene (but kept my membership going ) im on the hunt for a twin plate clutch that can handle upto 550bhp in a mixture of uses (drag, drift, track and traffic) but also is easy on the leg !

    Been looking at ORC, Nismo and OS Giken but in all honesty I dont know what the options are these days.

    Will be a SR20 clutch kit to feed a Z32 gearbox if thats changes anything ?

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    Exedy used to do twin and triple clutches as well IIRC?

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    I've got a new excedy twin that's just been bolted to an engine for a bit but never used if that's of any interest?
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    Chuck me a PM mate as might be interested

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    Can't help much but don't go with an xtreme clutch. The one I had was horrid on the road. Could get a nismo supercoppermix twin perhaps?
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    Twin plates are very harsh for drag racing and put some serious stress on the driveline. One of the best things I've seen for using a twin plate clutch is a valve that goes in the clutch line which limits flow, making it easier to pull away from a standstill.


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    I did do a bit of reading of your posts regarding it Chris and sounds hard work in a daily driver

    The drag racing would be more of a thing id want to try with some friends for fun and not something id be doing on a regular basis.

    I assume the valve in question would be adjustable in the cabin ?

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