I have a few thoughts on this. First other than excessive slipping of the clutch which I doubt you do the thing really makes life hard on clutches is a combination of great traction and lots of torque, especially low end torque. If you're serious about a supercharger in the future along with some drag strip action you probably should consider a dual disc clutch even if it does involve some complications. It's hard to imagine any kind of serious drag strip action that dosen't involve slicks or drag radials. Lots of horsepower, great traction and a manual transmission usually equates to a rather high maintenance vehicle. One guy I spoke to at the track was running a N/A 9 sec. Fox body with a modified T-5 and he said he only got about 50 good runs on a clutch. Supercharger or not if you're at all serious about drag racing I would go with an SFI approved flywheel, pressure plate and disc. The bellhousing is integral to the MT82 and it's hard for me to see how you would put a true scattershield on one. If you've never seen the results of a clutch/flywheel explosion I can assure you it's not pretty. I suppose you might be able to adapt a blanket as used on automatics. As for makes of clutches, I've had recent experience with McLeod and Sachs. Both worked well on my '72 small block 'Cuda with a 5-speed Tremec TKO. I did manage to break one of the shock absorbing springs on the disc of the McLeod, but only after running on a reasonably well prepped track with DOT legal slicks. Currently I am using a Sachs and it hooks really well. Sachs makes some low cost parts store clutches, but also makes OEM clutches for Porsche and some other high end cars so I suppose they must know something. No personal experience with Centerforce, but they appear to be reasonably well made and lots of people like them. In your case a dual surface disc might be a good idea as well. Good luck.