I am not trashing the RST, it just did not work out for me.
The Centerforce DYAD one I have is the dual disc one. It grabs really good and the difference is noticeable.
That said though, I hear the DYAD is not good if one rides the clutch and it needs to be engaged right away, in other words, all on or all off.
The DYAD is rated for 1300 lbs while the RST is for 7 or 8 hundred foot pounds.
2012 Shelby American Mustang GTS 580rwhp 485 ft/lbs Grabber Blue White Stripes
Ford Whipple, 5.0L, Tremec XL Magnum, MGW, Centerforce DYAD clutch, Boss 302 Torsen w/4:10s, 302R EPAS, Eibach Coil Overs, Fays 2 Watts Link, Dynotech DS, Shelby UCAs/LCAs, Wilwood brakes 6 piston 4 piston, Drake Bump Steer, heavy duty cooling, welded axle tubes, Interior Package, GT4 wheels, Borla Touring axlebacks, GT500 rear valence w/parking sensors, and airbag cover signed by Carroll Shelby.