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Titan Motorsports is proud to bring the Tilton Triple Carbon clutch to the performance Lamborghini Market. We developed this kit in our personal Lamborghini Turbo to make sure it was right before releasing it to the general public. After months of developing we had produced all the components necessary to fit a Tilton into your Lamborghini for street applications. The reduced clutch diameter size in addition to the carbon properties allow smoother shifting at high RPM and gear engagement.

The clutch pack itself is the same version we run in our drag and street Supras, most of which are pushing anywhere from 1,000-1,500whp and drag raced frequently. The clutch pack is rated at 1260lb/tq so you will have the highest torque capacity of any clutch offered for the Lamborghini market. In addition to its massive torque rating, the clutch is also serviceable and includes 3 wear spacer plates to extend the life of the clutch, beyond that it can be sent back to Tilton for rebuilds for a fresh start.

If you are looking for the end all clutch for high horsepower applications that can be used to it’s fullest on a drag strip, road course, and your favorite highway, then this is the clutch you’ve been waiting for. The kit comes complete with flywheel, clutch pack, starter gear, and hardware for a complete bolt-in installation. This package is produced exclusively for Titan Motorsports.



part #: TMS LAM-DRV-CLUTCH for 2009+ LP550, LP560, LP570

part #: TMS LAM-DRV-CLUTCH-2 for 2004-2008 Gallardo

Retail: $8,000





 

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Very streetable, i've put a lot of miles on ours. The how long it last's all depends on how you drive the clutch combination - slipping it eat's it up

How streetable is this clutch and how long does it last in the high hp gallardo applications that are driven (however little) on the street?
 

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The fine teeth are for the starter, but what is the purpose of the outside "teeth" on the bottom of the first pic. Sorry if thats a stupid question.
 

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Titan FTW
 

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As some of you noted, we have been using the Tilton triple carbon clutches for years in the Gallardos and LP560's, and do in fact have an exclusive arrangement with Tilton for them. So there are differences between our clutches and what is described here. One of the primary differences is that our Gallardo clutch/flywheels kits come complete from Tilton, as we are the only company able to buy a complete Gallardo clutch/flywheel kit direct from Tilton. Based on what I have heard from Tilton, the clutch you see above was sold as a generic clutch, meaning they bought the clutch with NO flywheel, trigger wheel or any parts, just a clutch without even a splined hub in the center. They had to have those done elsewhere, and they are not done by Tilton. We also have 4 different part #s for our clutches, for the 550-560-570 6 speed, 550-560-570 E-gear, the Gallardo 6 speed, and Gallardo E-gear. We are the only company to have actually put these in each and every one of these models, and we have tested them on the street and in competition in both the Gallardo and 560 platforms. After actually installing them in all the Gallardo/560 models, we have learned all the differences as all the models have different operating systems, which forced us to make some necessary changes here as well as some at Tilton. Hope that helps clear things up.

Thanks, Underground Racing
 

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Thanks for clearing things up Kevin, I was confused as to why it was being trumpeted as the first of it's kind.


As some of you noted, we have been using the Tilton triple carbon clutches for years in the Gallardos and LP560's, and do in fact have an exclusive arrangement with Tilton for them. So there are differences between our clutches and what is described here. One of the primary differences is that our Gallardo clutch/flywheels kits come complete from Tilton, as we are the only company able to buy a complete Gallardo clutch/flywheel kit direct from Tilton. Based on what I have heard from Tilton, the clutch you see above was sold as a generic clutch, meaning they bought the clutch with NO flywheel, trigger wheel or any parts, just a clutch without even a splined hub in the center. They had to have those done elsewhere, and they are not done by Tilton. We also have 4 different part #s for our clutches, for the 550-560-570 6 speed, 550-560-570 E-gear, the Gallardo 6 speed, and Gallardo E-gear. We are the only company to have actually put these in each and every one of these models, and we have tested them on the street and in competition in both the Gallardo and 560 platforms. After actually installing them in all the Gallardo/560 models, we have learned all the differences as all the models have different operating systems, which forced us to make some necessary changes here as well as some at Tilton. Hope that helps clear things up.

Thanks, Underground Racing
 
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