For high-powered applications, EXEDY offers twin and triple Multi-Plate clutches. These are designed for high power street action as well as drag, road and rally racing. The twin plate clutches are rated for approximately 500 ft/lbs of torque and the triple plates are rated for approximately 800 ft/lbs of torque, both figures at the flywheel. Twins come with both spring damper discs or solid discs depending on application, whereas triples are all solid discs and not recommended for street use.
Stage 2 Cerametallic clutches are designed to handle the abuse of high power modified engines. Our Cerametallic friction material can handle much more abuse than stock type disc assemblies without slipping and fading. The THICK discs have better heat capacity and therefore better durability in demanding applications. Even with the THICK disc, our three and four puck designs typically have less inertia than a stock disc and work well for street, rally and track use.
EXEDY Stage 1 Organic Racing Clutches only use premium friction materials that are resistant to slippage and burst. Increased clamp loads give the necessary capacity to handle modified engines. This is the ideal clutch for street and light horsepower track use. Drivability is similar to the stock clutch. Pedal efforts will be slightly higher because of the higher clamp loads. All of our Stage 1 clutch discs have spring center dampers to reduce drivetrain shock and provide smooth clutch engagement.
; Single; Ceramic; Sprung Center Disc
Kit Includes Clutch Cover Assy/CD Assy/Flywheel/Cover Bolt SE/Flywheel Bolt~ Clamp Load: 2203 lbs.~ Clutch Torque: 459 ft./lbs.~ Torque Capacity At Wheels: 255 ft./lbs.
Hyper Single-Plate Clutch Kit
The EXEDY Hyper Single Series clutch is engineered to optimize the performance of cars that are moderately modified, but do not require the clutch capacity of a multi-plate clutch. Similar to our multi-plate clutches, it has a purple anodized, forged aluminum cover. The aluminum cover is stiffer than a stamped cover and therefore allows a higher lever ratio to maintain the pedal efforts at a reasonable level. There is no clamp load deflection as found in a pressed metal type cover. Additionally, the pressure plate features a series of turbine-like, air flow enhancing vanes that keep the clutch cooler under extreme operating conditions to improve wear life.