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Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch w/ Flywheel and Hydraulic Throwout Bearing (07-14 GT500)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Maximum Performance Upgrade
    • Street or Strip
    • Cerametallic Disc
    • 587 Ft-lbs of Torque @ the Rear Wheels
    • Includes Flywheel, Alignment Tool, Pilot Bearing, and Slave Cylinder/Throwout Bearing Combo
    • Fits 2007-2014 Shelby GT500 Mustangs

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Hey, guys, Alex from americanmuscle.com, and today I'm bringing you my detailed review and breakdown of the Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 clutch with flywheel and throwout bearing, fitting your 2007 through 2014 GT500. So in this video, I'm gonna talk about who this is gonna appeal to, what you should be expecting in terms of performance, as well as the feel, what you should expect to be spending, and then we'll take a quick look at the installation, where I'm gonna be giving this a pretty difficult three out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, and easily a three to five-hour job, and I'll have a little bit more for you on that later. So if you're a 2007 through 2014 GT500 owner and if you're starting to dabble with performance modifications, or if you're just stuck in racking up the miles, it might be a good time to start looking to overhauling your drive line as it's not a matter of if but when your clutch is gonna grenade itself. All right, guys, so right off the bat, I do wanna mention that despite this being rated at a stage four clutch, don't be fooled by that high number. This is gonna be a fine replacement in the event that your '07 through '14 clutch is on its way out. Not only that, in the event that you're looking to modify your Shelby, this is gonna be more than enough clutch for you to grow into, in the event you're gonna be throwing a smaller pulley at it, maybe a throttle body in tune or a set of long tube headers. So as we all know, the GT500 is a pretty aggressive and visceral drive. And if you're driving it like you stole it, or if you're starting to throw some modifications at it, it's definitely gonna be a good time to start looking into a clutch as, again, it's only a matter if but when it's gonna stray on the side of the road. So aside from this, for the '07 through '09 500 owners out there, if you've driven your car extensively, you probably know that it's gonna have some greatest hits in terms of drive line failure, or at least little quirks. Now, that can range from excessive chatter, some of the hissing you might find, or it's honestly just slipping out of gear, and I don't mean shifting between second and third and nailing it and you miss a gear, I mean literally, it coming out. Now, aside from that, for the '07 through '09 guys out there, that could definitely be nice if you're looking to clean up the drivability here, but for some folks, the GT500 is just a little bit difficult to drive. I'm not talking from personal experience here as I really like how the cars drive, no matter the year, but you're gonna be looking through something that's gonna engage a little bit more easily, but give you a little bit more of a stiffer feel. This is gonna be the setup that you should be after. Now, again, from personal experience, I personally love how the GT500s feel. But sometimes, you might notice that you're gonna have an issue with it either disengaging or even slipping as with some of the earlier cars, and looking at a solid 500 horsepower, and even getting into some of the newer cars, between the '10 and '14s, that power is going up that much further. So, again, if you're gonna be looking to throw some modifications at it, or if you're just racking up the mileage, it might be a really good time to look into overhauling your drive line. So in terms of the driving dynamics on the '07 through '14 500s, the Exedy unit that I have here today, despite being rated at upwards of 700 horsepower, it's not actually gonna give you that much more of an involved and direct feel of the drive. I do wanna call it out there that it is gonna be a little bit stiffer than what you might find your car right off the dealership slot. And if you're gonna be looking for an incredibly light pedal feel, I might personally suggest taking a look at a McLeod unit as it do have a tendency to be a little bit on the lighter side. Now, one thing that I definitely wanna get across about this unit is that it's not gonna be a full face style or a puck style clutch, something you might find on like a tried and true drag racer, where you're essentially either on or off, or engaged or disengaged. I would honestly make you hate driving your GT500, and at the end of the day, I don't want that and we don't want that here. This is gonna be to make you enjoy driving your car that much more better. At the end of the day, you're gonna be getting out of one system into another right here, which is gonna be able to accommodate that much more power, but we're just gonna make it a little bit easier to drive if you just don't like the driving dynamics of your Shelby. So in terms of the construction and materials here, guys, just like I had said a couple times, previously, this unit is gonna be rated at about upwards of 700 horsepower. But again, despite being a stage four rating, you don't need to have a slew of bolt-ons on your Shelby to get into this. This is gonna be a fine replacement clutch if your '07 through '14 is on the way out, and you need to get into something that's not gonna be a factor or a replacement unit. All right, guys. So down to brass tacks, we're gonna see this clutch is gonna feature a cerametallic disc for a snappy engagement, as well as a long life, as well as coming with Exedy's high clamp pressure plate for the best possible performance. So additionally, we're gonna see that all of Exedy's units are going to feature spring-centered dampers to reduce the drive line shock as the Shelby is not really gonna be something we're gonna be driving at like your grandma. And most, if not all times, you're likely gonna be putting your foot into it. Now, one of the greatest things about this kit, in my opinion, is the fact that this is going to essentially be a complete kit. You're gonna have the hydraulic throwout bearing, your alignment tool, your pilot bearing, as well as the flywheel here. Again, this is gonna be one-stop shopping to overhaul your drive line for your '07 through '14 500. All right, guys. So in terms of the pricing here, you should expect to be spending about 840 bucks for this complete kit, which, in my opinion, is definitely gonna be at the bottom of this bathroom [SP] in terms of drive line parts for the GT500. So I'd also go on record here and say that I definitely would not confuse the low price here for this being a budget minded kit. At the end of the day, you spend upwards of even 50 or 60 grand on your GT500. In the back of your head, you're not gonna wanna have that there, thinking that you paid a lesser amount for a clutch and flywheel setup. So if you're modding your GT500, just like I said before, you probably noticed that most, if not all, parts definitely have a tendency to command a higher price tag. Again, I definitely don't want you guys to be confused for this being a budget minded kit, Exedy makes some really incredible clutches and setups, and they are made to last. So, again, for the money here, I really think this is gonna be a great option, not only based on the fact that you're gonna have everything on the table right here, but the fact that's gonna be able to accommodate boatloads of power, as well as making it considerably more enjoyable to drive your Shelby. All right, so switching gears to the installation portion of the video, just like I had said up top, you're looking at a three out of three in the difficulty meter, and easily a three to five-hour job to get this into your car. Now I will add that it might be a great idea to pull somebody that's done a clutch job on a Shelby before. But if you're looking to tackle this by yourself, it's a great idea to get a couple extra sets of hands as this is gonna be pretty labor intensive to get this into your car. So if this is something that you're really not comfortable with or if it's just not in your wheelhouse, there's absolutely zero shame in taking this to a dealer or a speed shop to have it installed. Now, when I say it's pretty labor intensive to get this sucker in, I definitely mean it as you're gonna need to drop your trance by means of pulling up your exhaust. You need to ditch your drive shaft in order to get into your bill housing. And after that, it's essentially swapping one unit for the other one. While I know it's much easier said than done, you're looking at about three to five hours of labor here, and easily three out of three wrenches in the difficulty meter before you rip its gears. All right, guys. So just to wrap things up here, some final thoughts. If you're the GT500 owner that's in a process of overhauling your drive line, be it you're working with an older clutch that's racking up the miles, or if you're starting to modify your GT500 and you need to get into something that's gonna be able to handle boatloads of power, not only that, maybe you're that much happier driving your car, I would definitely suggest checking out this kit. All right, guys. So that's my detailed review and breakdown of the Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 clutch with hydraulic throwout bearing and flywheel, fitting your 2007 through 2014 GT500, available right here at americanmuscle.com.

    Maximum Performance. If your 2007-2014 Shelby GT500 is putting out more power than your stock clutch can support you need to upgrade to an Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch to handle the extra power without slipping or damaging your TR-6060 transmission. The Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch can handle the abuse of your heavily modded Mustang's engine without fading and delivers quick engagement for time-saving shifts.

    Street and Strip. Exedy's Mach 600 Stage 4 clutch is designed to be the ultimate strip ready, streetable clutch. A Stage 4 will handle up to 587 ft-lb of torque at the wheels without breaking a sweat, while delivering the kind of crisp engagement and pedal feel you need to win. The Exedy Mach 600 is perfect for the no-compromise enthusiast who wants quick engagement in their high performance Mustang, while still keeping it street drivability at the same time.

    Premium Quality.The Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 clutch features a cerametallic disc for great durability and quick engagement. This kit also features Exedy's high clamp pressure plate for maximum performance. And all of Exedy's discs feature spring center dampers to reduce drivetrain shock and to protect your transmission from wear and tear.

    Application. This Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch is designed for 2007 to 2014 Supercharged Shelby GT500 Mustangs equipped with a TR-6060 manual 26-spline transmission.

    Specifications:
    • Fits: 2007-2014 GT500 with a TR-6060 transmission
    • Disc Dimensions: 280mm outer diameter
    • 26 Spline
    • Torque Rating @ Flywheel: 734 ft-lbs
    • Torque Rating @ Wheels: 587 ft-lbs
    • Includes: Pressure plate, clutch disc, flywheel, alignment tool, pilot bearing, and slave cylinder/throwout bearing combo

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    MPN# 07953FW

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    What's in the Box
    • Pressure Plate
    • Clutch Disc
    • Flywheel
    • Alignment Tool
    • Pilot Bearing
    • Slave Cylinder/Throwout Bearing Combo
    Installation Info
    Tech Specs
    Clutch Kit Specifications
    Year/Model: 2007-2014 GT500 Manufacturer: Exedy
    HP/TQ Rating @ Rear Wheels: 734 ft-lbs Transmission Type: TR-6060
    Disc Dimensions: 280mm outer diameter Material: Cerametallic
    SFI Approved: Yes Hardware Included: Pressure Plate, Clutch Disc, Flywheel, Alignment Tool, Pilot Bearing, and Slave Cylinder/Throwout Bearing Combo
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        Questions & Answers (10)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        I have 2009 GT500 convertible engine making about 700 hp what clutch would you recommend for this application. All street and occasional runs. Would like longevity with good pedal feel. Occasional parade drives is the reason for driveablity!

        • This clutch would be appropriate for your 2009 GT500.

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        Will this clutch handle closer to 800 horse power

        • The Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch is rated at 587 Ft-Lbs of torque at the rear wheels. Exedy and many clutch manufacturers rate their clutches for torque rather than horsepower as this is a more accurate way to determine the holding power of the clutch.

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        Where is the Exedy clutch manufactured? Is it made in the U.S.A? Japan?

        • The Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch is manufactured in Japan.

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        is the flywheel in this kit steel or aluminum? I understand steel (heavy) is best for street driving, and aluminum (light) is better for track. Is this correct?

        • The flywheel included in the Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch w/ Flywheel and Hydraulic Throwout Bearing kit is a lightweight steel item number:62510. The aluminum vs steel argument is heavily dependent on your application, however typically Aluminum would be better suited for the track, autox etc.

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        After installing this kit, do you have to have the PCM reprogrammed?

        • The vehicle will not need a reprogrammed tune after installing this clutch as the transmission does not have any effect on a Tune. The only thing you will need to do besides the install is just learn and adapt to the new clutch feel.

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        5 More Questions
        will it fit regular GT/CS 2014 ? or only gt500 ? 1 answer
        When I installed the clutch the bearings are making a lot of noise. Is that spose to be how this clutch is or what is going on? It has to be the throw out bearing or pilot bearing making the noise cause it's only when the clutch is engaged, when you push the clutch in the noise stops what is making the noise? 1 answer
        I'm planning on replacing the MT82 in my 2012 Coyote with the T56 Magnum on your site. I know I'll need a GT500 driveshaft, but can I use this clutch/flywheel combo with the T56? It says it will fit the TR-6060, but will it work with a T56? 1 answer
        can you tell me the torque specifications for the clutch? 1 answer
        Would I need any additional parts to properly install this unit? Better hydraulic cable or factory bolts? 1 answer

          Customer Reviews (24) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.7

          out of 5 stars

          Installation Time:Weekend

          Installation Cost:$500-$1000

          • Fit 4.954545 5.0
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.636364 4.6
          • Grip / Bite 4.590909 4.6



          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            May 15, 2019

            07 GT500

            Goo product came nicely packaged with all the parts necessary to install. Works as it should I'm very pleased

            JayMGT500

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            April 08, 2019

            Exedy mach 600 clutch stage 4

            Installed it on a 2012 Shelby gt500 I am impressed with the grip on the clutch so far .Still in the break in period but am impressed by the way the clutch is operating so far . I would recommend this clutch

            Rb

            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            November 26, 2018

            Exedy GT500 Clutch

            This clutch is working better than the OEM one that came with the car. It also seems smoother than the McLeod replacement that I just replaced.

            EdwardL

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (3)

          • 5/5

            October 14, 2018

            09 Shelby GT500

            The best tit kit in the game! Totally new car with this tit kit. Highly recommended for all.

            TLuv

            Year: 2009 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (3)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $500-$1000

            March 09, 2018

            My snake

            Ordered the Exedy Mach 600 under the recommendation of a friend. When I called to order, it came highly recommended from the salesman. It was finally installed on Tuesday. Now onto the actual review. WOW! Great feel! Super grip! No shatter! Very happy! I haven't stood on the boost pedal yet but it feels so good knowing that it won't slip. I stalled the car 3 times leaving the shop because I forgot what a real clutch felt like. Thank you!

            TonyM

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (4)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            December 17, 2017

            Love it over stock

            Took my mechanic around 8-10 hours with me helping him with little things clutch works great catches very quickly

            JakeG

            Year: 2010 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $500-$1000

            December 06, 2017

            Stock Clutch Replacement

            I ordered this as a replacement clutch for the stock clutch in my 2007 GT500 Shelby SVT. The factory clutch had quit gripping while driving down the highway. I bought the car used and it only had 25K miles. At 30K it went out. This new one has performed well for the time it has been in. Took a bit to get used to the grab of it when starting off, but worked that out and am pleased with the performance.

            DarrenH

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (7)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Full Day

            October 21, 2017

            Great clutch

            Loving this clutch so far. I've got about 1500 miles on it and it's working great. Install required dropping the subframe to get the bell housing clearance needed. Other than that, it's a pretty simple swap.

            RyanR

            Year: 2009 Submodel: GT500

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Full Day

            October 14, 2017

            Jesse

            Product arrived in timely matter . I installed it on a Saturday took 12 hrs . Still in break in only 160 miles on it so it’s a lot better than the stock clutch that was slipping. Will up date after break in .

            JesseH

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (5)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Full Day

            August 21, 2017

            Great upgrade

            Great clutch to replace OEM. Stiff but not straining. Easy Daily driver with great grip. Best of both worlds.

            vizmod

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (5)

          • 1/5

            Installation Time: Afternoon

            June 26, 2017

            Junk

            Spend the extra money and get a McLeod! This clutch doesn't hold up at all it is extremely noises!!! Spend the extra money and get a McLeod!!

            ClaytonC

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $250-$500

            June 20, 2017

            good clutch for the price

            after pricing other aftermarket clutches. I settled on the exedy. you can't beat the value. have driven about 50-100 miles. even though it's a stage 4 I personally don't think the clutch is too heavy. I think it is a good factory replacement.

            EricS

            Year: 2009 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (7)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $500-$1000

            June 13, 2017

            Great

            I am pretty surprised performance pretty good thank you American Muscle for all the hard work you guys put in

            CarlosR

            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (5)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $250-$500

            May 08, 2017

            The "Beastie" has a new clutch

            Purchased the Exedy Mach 600 State 4 to replace a Centerforce DYAD. This clutch appears to be the real deal. Just had it in for 1K miles so just breaking it in slowly, but pedal, response, feel, engagement, everything just seems right with this clutch! I am so far very impressed and like it much better than the OEM or Centerforce. Will have to see how it performs over the long haul but this clutch is responding the way I would have expected the other two would have, and just didn't.

            Todd

            Year: 2008 Submodel: GT500

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          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Full Day

            April 15, 2017

            A complete kit from Exedy that works

            Had my speed shop install the Exedy Mach 600 Stage 4 Clutch Kit, the only problem reported was that the bolts supplied by Exedy were coarse thread and it required a fine thread so my old stock bolts had to be reused. The clutch grabs and very low compared to the stock unit which grabbed very high on the clutch travel. The grip is unreal, it woke my car up.

            05GTHI

            Year: 2009 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (5)

          • 5/5

            November 22, 2016

            IT PERFORMS AS EXPECTED

            INSTALLED AND ON TRACK WITHIN 48 HOURS. WORKED PERFECTLY. NO COMPLAINTS

            BOSSG8R

            Year: 2008 Submodel: Other

            Helpful (7)

          • 1/5

            November 12, 2016

            glass jaw clutch

            Well i just spent almost 900 dollars on this supposedly street strip clutch. I had it installed at a reputable speed shop. I drove my 2012 shelby gt500 w/ 12k miles... like a prius for almost 1000 miles before i started driving the car. I annihilated this clutch within a week. My stock clutch took 10x the abuse. Spend the money and buy the mcleod RXT. expensive lesson. .

            BlackSnake

            Year: 2012 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (8)

          • 5/5

            October 25, 2016

            Great Clutch!

            Definitely an improvement over stock, it's super responsive. You definitely have to adjust from a stock clutch or you will stall out a few times but it's a great addition.

            2FlyGraffiti

            Year: 2010 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (8)

          • 5/5

            Installation Time: Shop Install

            Installation Cost: $100-$250

            October 18, 2016

            Amazing

            Amazing feeling. Very soft and daily drivable . Can shift really fast than the oem. Worth the money

            Sugt500

            Year: 2014 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (9)

          • 5/5

            August 14, 2016

            great value

            Pricewise it is a great value compared to the others. Stiffer than the original clutch and takes a bit of getting used. It is however easier than you would think for a race clutch. Installed in my GT500 that I use as a commuter car in Long Island traffic a couple days a week.

            Ernie82

            Year: 2007 Submodel: GT500

            Helpful (6)

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