Of all things, I am building a 1953 Studebaker as a hot street rod that, knowing myself, will see some track outings.
Primarily it will be parades, shows, and back roads running through the gears and showing a few youngins Studebaker taillights.
It will have an excellent 350 SBC, Tremec 5 speed, as much as 7000 + RPM shifts, the car will be relatively light, I estimate around 3000 with the driver.
My question is, what is a good choice for clutch and flywheel?
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The McLeod twin disk set-up always work very well in your application.
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i like my centerforce dual friction clutch, it has a light pedal and grabs good
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