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sausage180
05-27-2008, 01:30 PM
what's a good aftermarket KA clutch? i'm going to turbo it soon and am looking for the power range of 300-350. thanks

EDacIouSX
05-27-2008, 01:33 PM
rps max 6 puck

punxva
05-27-2008, 05:49 PM
i'm running the Exedy 4 puck sprung clutch, holds 315 all day

Drifterxxl180
05-28-2008, 03:42 PM
I have the SPEC 3+ and it's been grabbing hard and holding up well. Others may have had better luck with the Exedy had them wasn't to impressed started slipin quick. Also I wouldn't trust the E-bay crap

Meng1988
06-10-2008, 02:21 AM
I love ACT, so I would suggest them. The actual kit depends on what exactly you want and what it will be used for. Here are some different options and Torque Capacities.


XTSS (Xtreme Street)- 333 ft/lbs
HDG6 (Spring Centered 6 Puck)- 342 ft/lbs
HDR6 (Solid Center 6 Puck)- 342 ft/lbs
XTG6 (Xtreme with Spring Centered 6 puck)- 426 ft/lbs
XTR6 (Xtreme with Solid Center 6 Puck)- 426 ft/lbs


Going with a 6 puck will not be as practical for street use due to the harsh engagement. I also did not include all of the kits, here is a link to all of the kits ACT offers.

http://advancedclutch.com/products/clutchkits.aspx?prod_id=2298#2298

eclipse_dsm
06-12-2008, 11:37 AM
Just something to think about. On KA24DE here are some options;

1.) 240sx Stock Flywheel size 225mm + After market clutch ++
2.) Nissan D21 Flywheel size 240mm + 300zx Non Turbo Clutch / Aftermarket +++
3.) RB20DET Flywheel size 250mm + 350z clutch / aftermarket +++++++

The point to these is the bigger your flywheel/clutch contact surface it will be less to none slippage and more torque it can handle. Just an FYI there are very minimal weight difference on all 3 flywheel. Plus, they can be lightened to whatever you like. GL!!!