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      # sp1139
      Stage 1 Organic Racing Clutch Kit by EXEDY®. Up the ante with an EXEDY Stage 1 Organic Disc racing clutch kit. If you’ve bumped up your horsepower a little, and want a more robust clutch with more clamping load and only slightly...
      $309.52 - $1,568.96
    • (1 review)
      # sp1140
      Stage 2 Cerametallic Racing Clutch Kit by EXEDY®. EXEDY cerametallic clutches are engineered to handle the abuse of high powered modified engines. EXEDY cerametallic friction material can handle much more slippage than stock type...
      $340.55 - $1,634.38
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      # sp1142
      Stage 4 Twin-Plate Racing Clutch Kit by EXEDY®. Add more torque capacity to your clutch assembly to handle the extra load of a highly modified engine. These two-plate clutches are designed for high power street driving as well as...
      $1,940.83 - $3,793.33
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      # sp1143
      Stage 5 Triple-Plate Racing Clutch Kit by EXEDY®. Add more torque capacity to your clutch assembly to handle the extra load of a highly modified engine. These three-plate clutches are designed for extremely high-power drag, road...
      $2,527.14 - $5,497.22
    • (1 review)
      # sp3778
      V1 Series Single Plate Clutch Kit by Fidanza®. This product is great for optimizing the performance of your vehicle. Designed for outstanding street drivability, the clutch kit provides faster acceleration and quicker throttle...
      $374.16 - $954.49
    • (1 review)
      # sp3779
      V2 Series Single Plate Clutch Kit by Fidanza®. Give your vehicle the ultimate in performance with this superb product. Perfect for both street and race applications, the clutch kit provides faster acceleration and quicker throttle...
      $406.74 - $819.71
    • (0 reviews)
      # sp9210
      Ceramic Button™ Clutch Kit by Sachs®. Ceramic Button set is suited for extreme towing needs or work truck setups. The Ceramic Button material increases torque carrying capacity and resist with heat much better than an organic...
      Designed for the most extreme applicationsRecommended for use on severe use vehicles where maintaining a high clamp load is vital
      $185.89 - $1,013.05
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      # sp9213
      Heavy Duty™ Clutch Kit by Sachs®. If you are towing loads slightly more than the vehicle's rated capacity, Heavy Duty kit is a good choice. SACHS HD set features a premium friction material with a steel backed lining. This helps...
      Steel-backed lining for higher heat resistanceEnhanced lining for increased performance
      $119.60 - $881.01
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      # sp9215
      Kevlar™ Clutch Kit by Sachs®. Kevlar set provides better pulling capabilities than organic, while having better engagement properties than a ceramic button disc. Kevlar allows for smooth clutch engagement which allows for...
      Kevlar lining is virtually indestructibleOffers the smooth engagement of an organic disc with the durability and torque capacity of a ceramic disc
      $50.49 - $1,216.42
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      # sp9217
      Power Clutch Kit by Sachs®. For the sporty drivers of Asian, Domestic and European vehicles, SACHS offers the SACHS Performance Power Clutch line. The Power Clutch program offers an optional performance line for sport vehicles.
      Higher torque carrying capacity for maximum power transmissionPrecise operation and stability
      $162.84 - $675.07
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      # sp12044
      Dual Friction Series Clutch Press Plate And Disc by Centerforce®. The Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch Series is a performance matched pressure plate and disc combination featuring the patented Centerforce centrifugal weight system...
      Patented centrifugal weight design (where applicable)Patented Dual Friction design
      $202.95 - $1,686.95
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      # sp12050
      I Series Clutch Pressure Plate And Disc by Centerforce®. The Centerforce® I Clutch Series is designed as a high-quality entry-level performance clutch for those in need of a superior stock replacement. Using the patented...
      Patented centrifugal weight design (where applicable)High quality friction material
      $194.95 - $511.95
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      # sp12052
      II Series Clutch Press Plate And Disc by Centerforce®. The Centerforce® II Clutch Series utilizes a full facing disc with premium friction materials and a pressure plate with patented centrifugal weights (where applicable)....
      Patented centrifugal weight design (where applicable)Patented ball bearing pressure plate (where applicable)
      $225.95 - $670.95
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      # sp19184
      Powergrip Clutch Kit by RAM Clutches®. POWERGRIP HD is a true "strip/street" competition clutch system that can handle the rigors of weekend racing and spirited street driving. This system has the same components as standard...
      Designed to deliver trouble-free, consistent performanceRight for your vehicle and lifestyle
      $408.84 - $1,181.54
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      # sp19384
      FX100 Series Clutch Kit (02025-HD00) by Clutch Masters®. Street 0.70% Increased holding capacityThe FX100 system uses a heavy-duty pressure plate with a custom heavy-duty steel sack srganic friction disc. This clutch is engineered...
      Holding capacity 70% over stockHigh performance street system
      $278.10 - $2,103.30

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