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Have you upgraded your 2011-2017 Mustangs driveline and are now in need of a new performance oriented clutch? Then consider a Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch. Centerforce engineered their Dual Friction Clutch for increased holding capacity (up to 90 percent more over stock), all without sacrificing pedal effort or driver control. While primarily designed as a street clutch it can also be used for mild competition applications.Dual Friction Design.
Centerforce's Dual Friction Series Clutches feature a patented Dual Friction Disc Design. The pressure plate side of the disc has a full face for drivability and longevity. While the flywheel side has a carbon composite puck-style (segmented) face for positive engagement and increased holding-capacity.Sprung Hub Discs.
Centerforce Clutches were engineered with sprung hub disc centers. A sprung hub helps dampen gear rattle and allows for smoother engagement with light pedal effort. This not only provides excellent driver control, but increases the longevity of your Mustang's transmission; when compared to standard rigid center hub discs.Recommended Upgrade.
It's recommended that you add an SR Performance Braided Stainless Steel Hydraulic Clutch Line during your new clutch install. Stock plastic clutch lines can fail during aggressive driving. Stainless steel clutch lines help prevent gear lockout and provide superior clutch pedal feel, even under the toughest conditions. See options above.Application.
This Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch Kit is designed to fit 2011-2017 GT and Boss 302 Mustangs equipped with a MT-82 manual transmission that have upgraded to a 26 spline input shaft.Specifications:
- Fits: 2011-2017 GT and Boss 302 with a MT-82 Transmission
- Disc Dimensions: 11" X 26T X 1-1/8"
- Spring Hub Assembly
- Includes: Pressure plate, clutch disc and alignment tool
Technical Note. The 2005+ Mustang uses a concentric slave cylinder instead of a conventional throwout bearing. Therefore this clutch kit will not include a throwout bearing.
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