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Old 04-26-2010, 03:45 PM   #1
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Smile RPS six puck clutch and pressure plate - 250

pedal feel is very very close to stock . tons of life left

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Why is the PP black. Which PP is it? Both RPS's I've run in my FC and miata have had blue pressure plates...
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the blue on is the RPS max six puck kit
http://www.genuineperformance.net/rp...l-p-30629.html

The black one is the RPS Sport six puck kit
http://www.genuineperformance.net/rp...l-p-30532.html
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Why is the PP black. Which PP is it?

Because its bigger. Mine
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Blue is stiffer though...
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Is this still available?
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still here , bump
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Would you be able to ship to the UK?

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If I were you I would try to find a local shop that could get one for you. Shipping to the UK may be expensive... maybe as much as you buying a new one over there.

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Yea was thinking that mate, Just trying all options before having to spend all my holiday money :(

Thanks anyway

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Still for sale??

How many ft lbs is this rated for? How did you think it held up?

We're looking for a clutch for our project car (expecting 230+ ft lbs.)

Thanks!
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Hi

Yep, still for sale!
It can hold up to 280 ft/lbs of torque. I didnt have it in the car for long but the pedal feel is very very close to stock. Mechanic that took the clutch out said that it has tons of life left, basically brand new.

Let me know if you're interested!

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what are the spec of this clutch and PP, and it is a kit for 1.6 ou 1.8?

thanks

I think I would be interested
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