Unlike most of our competitors we only sell the Exedy Twin disk with the higher clamp load pressure plate or “HD” as Exedy calls it. This will yield a slightly heavier clutch pedal but will result in a clutch that will hold more power than the other Exedy Twin Metallics (up to 100hp more holding capacity) on the market. This is an expensive option for the Exedy Twin disk but one that AMS feels is vital. Do not be fooled by low Prices. Get the HD plate once and stop worrying.
For high-powered applications, EXEDY offers twin disc Multi-Plate Clutches. These are designed for hot street action as well as drag, road and rally racing and are rated for 500-750hp.
All Exedy multi-plate clutches come with a lightweight, chrome moly steel flywheel and the famous purple anodized forged aluminum clutch cover. All have T5001 cerametallic friction materials for extreme heat resistance.
Due the nature of a twin disk clutch there is some slight noise associated with this clutch. Its very slight and can only be heard during deceleration
and when the clutch is disengaged. AMS suggest replacing the throw-out bearing with a new OEM unit when installing this clutch.
**New OEM Throw-Out Bearing NOT Included**
Engine modifications e.g.. cam-timing-turbo modifications etc. cause engine pulsation and vibrations. These vibrations can cause clutch rattle when the clutch pedal is depressed by movement on the intermediate separator plate in some applications. These noises will in no way affect the performance of the Exedy Multi Plate Clutch. This rattle is well accepted in the performance industry where engine modifications have been carried out.
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