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Which clutch to buy?

So I've heard a couple of opinions on the different clutch options that are out there. I installed a Vortech supercharger and I want a clutch that will last with the new hp. I really like the Mcleod RXT, but it is so exspensive. Do any of you know of another option that will drive like a stock clutch, but will be able to handle a higher hp application? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated!




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This outfit that I have been buying clutches from these guys for 30+ years is family owned and have used their clutches in many applications from Hot Rods, work trucks & racing applications. Just tell them of any concerns, what you have, etc and they will discuss with you what their recommendations are...I can honestly state that I have never had and issue with anything I have every purchased from them and it always works the 1st time- just like it is suppose to! They typically cost less than most of the competitors, provide 24 hour turn-around and the assemblies always work (literally) just exactly the way they should....I just can't say enough about these guys. Just tell them what you have, how you use it and any concerns/issues.

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