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MACH 600 UPDATE: I just thought I would share this with you. I drove the car some yesterday and have now put over 150 "break in" miles on my new clutch. The more it gets broken in the better it gets. The clutch feels awesome. The pedal is just a little stiffer than stock but not bad at all. The engagement is still solid and predictable but has gotten even smoother as I go through the break in process. This clutch is so streetable, it's hard to believe it is rated for 600ftlbs at the rear tires. I did hit 3rd gear kind of aggressively once just to see how it would do, that's where my factory clutch would slip. It snapped my neck back and the front end came up hard. It has never done that with the factory clutch. I now believe it had been slipping for a while. This clutch grabs like crazy. So far, I couldn't be happier with it. I can't wait until 500 miles goes by so I can really turn it loose.


2008 Vapor Silver GT, 5 Spd Manual Brenspeed Stg 1 Edelbrock E Force, Liberty built 3650 trans w/26 spline input shaft, N2MB WOT Box, GT 500 Fuel System, Kooks Long Tubes, Dynotech Drive Shaft, 3:73 Gears, Steeda UCA & LCAs, BMR LCA Relocation Brackets, Exedy Mach 500 clutch, Nitto Drag Radials


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