so the clutch in my car hasn't been able to hold what my motor is making so i had to turn the boost down to 14psi. holds that fine but now that drags are starting i want to turn the boost up and need a clutch that can hold it. it'd be nice to save money and get a single disk clutch thats rated more but at this point i have my doubts that it will cut it. and if it doesn't then id have to get a twin so considering just getting one now. been looking around and holly shit there are a lot of them! i want something that can handle a burnout to heat tires then clutch slip for launch and not slip pulling through the gears. i don't ever plan on going over 700whp will be 500's most the time and 600's on race gas occasionally.
here are the 4 im considering
this clutch is os gikens more street friendly twin disk according to their web site. its sprung, has fairly large diameter disk, and includes the movement alteration kit. this is the clutch im pretty sure i want its just on os giken chart its at the lower end of hp holding capabilities and havent really found anything about someone using it on their r154. my buddy has one in his evo that makes 633 on c16 and he likes it.
this is the most affordable twin i found. its sprung has smaller disk than the str but uses the stock clutch fork and works as a pull type clutch. says it can hold 550 ps which is about 550ftlbs but im guessing it could hold more since twins seem to be underated
then theirs the TS2CD which according to os giken chart holds more power than the str but im guessing its less streetable??
and the exedy twin but it has smaller disk and cost little more so idk if its even worth bringing up. other than i know they make good stuff and it looks cool lol
if you have any experience with these twins id like to hear! or if you have any other to suggest. i know they're all gonna rattle somewhat so i guess its just something you have to live with. i want to order one soon but can't decide what to get!!!