My original stock clutch finally went out on me this past weekend. Since I had such good luck with it and I'm only at about the 500 rwhp level I was thinking of just doing the Bronze disc and South bend pressure plate. Seems like that would be closest to stock slippability and feel. Anyone have any experience with it?
I just installed a HPF Bronze disk with a south bend PP with a RPS LW FW. I only have 20 miles on it so far so this is only an initial impression. My last clutch was a ACT PP with stock disk/FW. Stock like engagement, heavy pedel pressure, didn't hold up to being slipped at the track.
So far my new combo engages almost as well as a stock disk, much lighter pedel close to stock. I also feel that the lighter pedel make it eaiser to modulate the clutch for smooth engagement. I'm sure that once broken in this clutch will be totally a non issue as for as streetability goes. I've driven 2 supras with RPS PP's and AZ disks and a RPS carbon carbon and they are all like on/off switches compared to this new combo.
If it holds well at the track I'll be very happy with it.