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Thread: ACT HD vs. XT Pressure plate?

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2008-02-04 17:43:05
Originally Posted by Char
Ive seen quite a few people on another forum breaking their clutch cables left and right with a XT, so if you went with that I would be careful, mostly of its a daily driver.

If its a OEM cable, you'll get plenty of use out of it. I've had pepboys cables snap in about a month's time. I always just carried an extra cable with me. The xtreme pp is great for holding power though.
2008-02-04 17:45:13
The ACT HD clutch kit is good for 250whp like said before. I would go with Xt only if you plan for more power
2008-02-04 21:24:10
im running the xt pp with an act 4 puck unsprung disk, it actually is very very nice and to me its not really that hard to drive even stop and go. it does chatter a little, oh and this is with the fidanza flywheel. It did however stretch the clutch cable soon after install and use but the cable is not broken yet, i have two brand new oem spares too so im not really worried about it,

its kinda heavy to push in but not bad. engagement is for the most part very smooth. ive been driving with heavy clutches for a long time now so im used to it. others that have driven my car stall it the first couple times they attempt to go. haha i didnt even stall it once after the install.
2008-02-04 21:47:28
i am running a clutchmasters fx400 clutch with a jgy 8.8lb flywheel, its very nice, i think its all in the driver at hand , some people find bigger clutches harder to drive or more harsh, but after you learn how to drive them its as easy as stock
2008-02-05 05:06:26
well said and very true, thats exactly the way mine feels to me, but man is it a pain for others. luckily not many people drive my car,
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