This section contains clutches and related items. If you are looking for that little piece to complete your clutch job, you are in the right place. When doing a clutch job, it's always a good idea to replace the rear end seal on the engine at the same time and also replace the throw-out bearing, flywheel bolts and pilot bearing. You should also replace the clutch release fork and the master/slave cylinders at the same time for added insurance. If you are re-using your flywheel, you should have it re-surfaced so your new clutch seats correctly.
The Centerforce 1 offers 30% more holding capacity than a stock OEM clutch while maintaining a stock pedal feel. This system is recommended as the finest quality upgrade from the original equipment clutch. The Centerforce Dual Friction kit generates up to a 90% increase in holding capacity over stock systems. This clutch/disc set is designed for use with engines producing high horsepower and torque output, and any radically altered high performance street vehicles. All CenterforceŽ clutch systems provide smooth engagement and light pedal pressure without compromising high performance. Centerforce clutch kits include pressure plate and clutch disc. Throwout bearing must be purchased separately.
Clutch disks transfer the energy from the engines flywheel to the transmission. If your transmission is slipping or you hear grinding noises you are probably in need of a new clutch. Clutches and pressure plates should always be changed as a group.
Pressure Adaptor needed for pressuring the master cylinder or clutch slave cylinder reservoirs. Used in conjunction with a pressure bleeder. Comes with a 1/4-18 NPT threaded opening. Applicable to most European models.
These odd-shaped sockets are required to remove some of the bolts that connect the engine to the transmission. Seven sizes E-6 through E-16. The three smaller sizes are 1/4" drive; the four larger sizes are 3/8" drive. Made of heat-treated alloy steel. Sockets are kept in a convenient vinyl holder. Includes External Torx Sockets: E6, E7, E8, E10, E12, E14, and E16.
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