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Old 04-17-2009, 02:57 PM   #1
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Default Fidanza Clutch Ratings

Want to use a Fidanza Clutch and Flywheel combo to hold the mad power of a bone stock (for not too long hopefully) 1.8 and also the power of a GT25 turbo soon. Couldn't find any info on this (or any other) site about the 3.2 and 4.3 clutch options so I e-mailed Fidanza and they sent me the torque ratings of each for both the 1.8 and the 1.6. I'm sure you can guess which is which. I was looking at the 1.6 to help keep the rotational inertia down but looking at the hugely different ratings, I think I'll just stick the the 1.8 assembly. If anyone has thoughts on these let me know, especially if you have experience with the 4.3

3.2 Kevlar
#361252 (236 ft. lbs.)

#361162 (156 ft. lbs)

4.3 Ceramic
#361253 (275 ft. lbs.)

#361163 (211 ft. lbs.)
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