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Old 11-16-2006, 09:44 PM   #1
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Default Pros/Cons of RPS Max vs Sport

I'm trying to find the basic differences between two RPS set ups. What is the strengths and weaknesses of a RPS Sport with the sprung 6-puck verses the RPS Max with the street? Appreciate the advice. I'm looking to blend road racing with some street use as well. I'm running a stock clutch with 10 psi with no problems (98K!) but it is time to go to 12-15 psi on a t25 upgraded to a t28. Thanks
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I'm running a 1.8 RPS sport in a 1.6 with a 1.8 Fidanza flywheel. I've got the 6 puck sprung clutch and drive street all the time. Holds at over 15psi nicely.

Others have to take a couple of starts to get used to it, but with good foot control it doesn't grab.
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