Action Clutch's Stage 6 (2MD) Clutch Kit allows for maximum performance of mid ranged powered vehicles. Our heavy-duty pressure plate is designed with a dual clamp load diaphragm and reinforced drive straps, creating an extremely durable system that you can rely on. This Unsprung clutch kit features a MIBA Ceramic (available in a 4 or 6 puck) disc. With lightning-fast, on/off engagement and minimal clutch chatter after proper break-in. This clutch kit is ideal for harnessing all the power and performance you need out of your dedicated race vehicle without compromising reliability or longevity.
At Action Clutch, every kit is quality checked by one of our experienced engineers (with over 60 years of collective experience) and signed off as safe before being released as a finished product. This gives you peace of mind knowing that your Action Clutch will perform consistently every time.
200% INCREASED HOLDING CAPACITY OVER FACTORY KIT*
RACE APPLICATIONS / HEAVY TRACK USE / LIGHT STREET USE
- Unsprung MIBA Ceramic 6 Puck Disc
- Dual Clamp Load HD Pressure Plate
- Pilot Bearing / Bushing (when applicable)
- Clutch Alignment Tool
- Conventional Release Bearing
500 street miles / Keep RPM’s under 4500, no more than half-throttle, no boost (if applicable).
Proper break-in is required in order to retain product warranty, ensure longevity and holding capacity.
Ceramic based clutch discs intend to increase the holding capacity and durability of the clutch as opposed to an increased life expectancy. Using a ceramic based material for easy street driving may contribute to premature wear of the clutch kit due to the harsher engagement and because of the higher tendency to slip the clutch during street driving.
Using a clutch kit with an unsprung clutch disc on a stock or lightly modified power engine that is daily/street driven vehicle can break the rivets on the clutch disc hub. Unsprung clutch kits are not designed for daily/street use or any constant on/off engagement environment. This can be compared to running a marathon in sandals vs a proper running shoe. If you were to run the marathon ins sandals, you have no cushion or comfort and can cause injuries or wear you down faster than using proper running shoes.
*Increase in holding capacity is rated in Crank Torque, not Wheel Torque