Action Clutch's multi-disc racing clutches are tailor-made for high-performance racers who push their vehicles to the edge. Their 7.25-inch Twin Disc race kits boast two sintered metallic race discs meticulously formulated in the USA, delivering unrivaled heat capacity and smoother engagement compared to other discs on the market. Complemented by a Ventilated 6061-T6 Billet Aluminum clutch cover design, engineered to trim overall weight and enhance throttle response, these kits feature high-strength steel pressure and floater plates, ensuring added clamping force without doubling the pedal pressure. 

Action Clutch's 7.25” Twin Disc race kits are designed to excel under extreme conditions and cater to racers seeking unwavering power across various racing disciplines. Equipped with enhanced heat capacity and throttle response, these clutches facilitate swift launches and seamless performance from start to finish. 

Each kit undergoes meticulous quality checks by its seasoned engineers, who boast over 60 years of collective experience. With every product signed off as safe before release, customers can rest assured of consistent and reliable performance from their Action Clutch every time. This kit requires a pedal stop. Not using one can increase the pressure and overextend the clutch, which can cause premature wear and damage to the engine internals. Do not use without a pedal stop.   

800 Torque Holding Capacity
Specifically Engineered for Race Use Applications Only  

Break-in Requirements - 100 street miles / Keep RPM’s under 4500, no more than half-throttle, no boost (if applicable). Proper break-in is required in order to retain product warranty, ensure longevity and holding capacity.

Using a clutch kit with an unsprung clutch disc on a stock or lightly modified power engine that is daily/street driven vehicle can break the rivets on the clutch disc hub. Unsprung clutch kits are not designed for daily/street use or any constant on/off engagement environment. This can be compared to running a marathon in sandals vs a proper running shoe. If you were to run the marathon ins sandals, you have no cushion or comfort and can cause injuries or wear you down faster than using proper running shoes.  

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