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2005 Mustang V6: Looking for a streetable clutch for Xcharger!

I have a 2005 4.0 with Xcharger w/ 295 rwhp and 338 rwtq. I still have factory clutch which is starting to slip in 4th & 5th when accelerating quickly! Like passing. What is a good streetable clutch thats not so sticky that I tear up tranny its my weakest link I have 8.8 w/373 out back. I prefer answers with experience with a certain clutch not what you think or should be alright.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-17-2014
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I use SPEC...

Honestly I don't recommend it. The least you can do is check it off your list.

Heard good things about Centerforce though, I hope someone chimes in.


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SPEC stage 2 is decent on the street and not uncomfortable. They wear pretty well too. I've had no such luck with Centerforce.

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I have a used spec 3 clutch for 05-06 v6. I was going to install but decided to go with a Luk for price. I hear the spec is pretty stiff. LMK if interested.
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I have a used spec 3 clutch for 05-06 v6. I was going to install but decided to go with a Luk for price. I hear the spec is pretty stiff. LMK if interested.
hi there! how is your luk clutch? im needing to replace clutch as well. thanks
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