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Exedy Mach 400 Stage 1 Organic Clutch Kit - 10 Spline (Late 01-04 GT; 99-04 Cobra; 03-04 Mach 1)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Hey I’m Justin with and I’m going to be breaking down 4 different clutches, all from Exedy, they’re stages 1 through 4, for the 2005-2012 Mustang GT. Exedy is one of the leading manufacturers of both OE and aftermarket clutches, all of their products have been designed and built from the ground up, unlike other companies, who basically take a factory clutch, beef up some of the components, and rebrand it as a performance clutch. So I have 4 different clutches ranging from the Mach 350 which is basically their OE replacement or a light bolt on clutch, all the way down to the big boy, the Mach 600, which is rated almost 800 ft/lbs torque at the frame. In a second we’re going to take a closer look at what makes each clutch a little different but first, I’d just like to point out something that I noticed with every single clutch. As you can see, every clutch utilizes a sprung hub design, even the big boy here, the Mach 600. That’s awesome, because if you’ve ever driven an unsprung 4 or 6 clutch, you’ll know they’re not fun to drive, especially if your car sees any street duty whatsoever. Not only that, an unsprung clutch can be a little harsher on your drivetrain as well. With that out of the way, let’s take a closer look at each one of these clutches. First up is Exedy’s Mach 350 or basically their stage 1 clutch. This is a perfect OE replacement or for a car which has light bolt ons. The pedal feel is going to be slightly firmer than stock, and the clutch disc itself is made from an organic compound which will hold roughly 430 ft/lbs of torque at the crank, which is good enough to handle most bolt ons and then some. Next up is the Mach 400 or Exedy stage 2 clutch. This clutch utilizes that same organic compound but with slightly more bite, this time holding 510 ft/lbs of torque at the crank. This is still a very suitable clutch that can easily handle full bolt ons, and maybe even a small shot of nitrous, yet still maintain that stock pedal feel, with a slightly firmer engagement. Third in the line up is Exedy’s Mach 500 or their stage 3 offering. This clutch utilizes the same disc found in their stage 2 but with a high clamp load pressure plate, giving it the ability to hold 600+ ft/lbs of torque. Since this clutch still utilizes that organic disc material, you’ll still be able to slip the clutch a little bit and it’s still going to offer that smooth engagement, but it’s not going to wear out your leg and it’s still going to hold a ton of power. Finally we have the big boy, the Exedy Mach 600 which is their stage 4 offering. This clutch, as you might have guessed, is ready to handle just about anything you can throw at it, and is rated at almost 800 ft/lbs of torque at the crank. Since this disc utilizes a ceramic material and not that organic compound, the engagement is going to be very quick, yet still maintain the pedal feel from that stage 3. It’s going to be slightly trickier on the street, but I wouldn’t hesitate to throw it in any street car, especially when compared to those unsprung 4 or 6 options. Installing any clutch is definitely not a job for first time wrenchers out there, it should take you about 4 hours from start to finish depending on your lift situation. All of these clutches from Exedy require a very strict break in period of about 500 miles of city type driving before you really start beating on the car. That means no hard launches, no aggressive driving, and if at all possible, try to shift below 4000 RPM. Doing all this is only going to prolong the life of your clutch. So that wraps it up with these Exedy clutches, as you can see it basically boils down to how much power you’re making, and what clutch would be best suited for your ride, and as always you can check them out right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Ideal Replacement
      • Perfect for Daily Drivers
      • Organic Compound Disc
      • 408 Ft-lbs of Torque @ the Rear Wheels
      • Includes Tool, Pilot Bearing & Throwout Bearing
      • Fits Late 2001-2004 GT, 1999-2004 Cobra, 2003-2004 Mach 1


      Ideal Replacement. If you drive your Mustang like it's meant to be driven, it's easy to burn out your weak stock clutch. If you're starting to feel your Mustang's clutch slipping or are getting that unmistakeable burning clutch smell, an Exedy Mach 400 Stage 1 clutch is an affordable, upgraded OE style replacement that will fit your budget and your driving style.

      Great for Daily Drivers. The Exedy Mach 400 Stage 1 clutch combines an organic compound disc with a high clamp pressure plate that delivers superior durability with stock-like driveability. The Exedy Mach 400 Stage 1 clutch is the perfect clutch for the street-driven, mildly modded, daily driven Mustang. Exedy's Stage 1 clutch firms up your pedal for a sporty feel without the on-off characteristics of a true race clutch and is good to 510 ft-lbs of torque at the Flywheel.

      Premium Quality.
      The Exedy Mach 400 Stage 1 clutch is designed to offer the durability of an upgraded performance clutch with the main focus on keeping the great street driveability of a stock unit. All of Exedy's discs feature spring center dampers to reduce drivetrain shock.

      Application. This Exedy Mach 400 Clutch is designed for the Late 2001-2004 GT, 1999-2004 Cobra, 2001 Bullitt, and 2003-2004 Mach 1 with the T-45, TR-3650, or T-56 transmission with a 10 spline input shaft.

      • Disc Dimensions: 280mm outer diameter
      • 10 Spline
      • Torque Rating @ Flywheel: 510 ft-lbs
      • Includes pilot bearing, throwout bearing & alignment tool

      Note: Because Ford made changes to the Mustang GT and Bullitt in mid year of 2001, be sure to check and see what kind of transmission type you have before ordering. Wondering what kind of transmission you have? Click Here to find out!

      Fitment: 1999 2001 2002 2003 2004 Details

      MPN# 07805

      CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


      Customer Reviews (100+)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.7 out of 5 overall rating from 100+ customers

      Installation Time: Full Day

      Installation Cost: $250-$500

      • December 26, 2019

        4 2004 GT - Ju Installation Time: Afternoon


        Installed everything to manufacture spec w torquing everything to the proper ftlb and I have slight chatter. If your like me it would bother you a great deal considering time put into doing it yourself. But it hooks, good clutch just a slight chatter

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      • November 04, 2019

        5 2001 GT - Dallyn Installation Time: Weekend

        Great price for the quality

        I have 1500 miles on this clutch right now and hasn’t slipped or given me any issues I will say you’ll need to update your flywheel as it won’t fit correctly to the oem flywheel that ford put on the car I did pick up a flywheel from my local autozone for about $100 Which matches up to this clutch perfectly you will also need To pick up a pilot bearing as this kit doesn’t come with one

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      • September 11, 2019

        5 1999 Cobra - Hunterrrrr Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $100-$250

        '99 Cobra

        Got a McLeod lightened flywheel with this clutch and all Ford Racing bearings and I couldnt be any more slipping. Clutch feels a tad spongy and grabs and lets out almost immediately which will take some getting used to. But overall very happy with my purchase

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      • August 06, 2019

        5 2003 GT - freddy Installation Time: Afternoon

        what a clutch

        So far i have put about 500miles on it so im still in the break in process but so far doesnt slip and car runs great

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      • June 17, 2019

        5 2001 GT - Rogerdixon

        Outstanding Clutch

        I recently replaced the stock clutch in my 2001 Mustang GT with the Exedy Mach 400 Stage 2 clutch. My car only has 23,000 miles on it but it needed some transmission work so I replaced the clutch and flywheel as well. The Exedy clutch is much smoother and lighter than the stock clutch. The only word I know to use to accurately describe the clutch is that it is crisp, very, very crisp. It grips smoothly and I can really tell the difference between it and the stock clutch it replaced.

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      • June 16, 2019

        5 2003 GT - TRACKSTANG Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $500-$1000

        Great product

        This was my second one. Only replaced it because after 7000 miles of hard use (mostly track days) i replaced the transmission and flywheel. The old clutch still looked new. Also the peddle pressure was no harder than stock oem.

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      • June 09, 2019

        3 2003 Cobra - AubreyV Installation Time: Afternoon

        Not the best not the worst

        It got my car going and driving seems to be fine am having some squeak and some bouncing in the clutch pedal at high rpm don’t know if it was install error or how it is but I’m just glad to have my car and for the price it’s not bad at all.

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      • June 07, 2019

        5 2003 Mach 1 - Murp Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $250-$500


        Great clutch with a great feel. Perfect for my bolt on mach1

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      • June 01, 2019

        1 2002 GT - Jordan3789 Installation Time: Shop Install Installation Cost: $500-$1000

        Bad throwout bearing

        I should have listened to everyone's warning about the junk throwout bearing that comes in the kit. I had this professionally installed, everything was good for the first 50 miles, and then the throwout bearing squeals nonstop. Mechanic will charge me another 600 to rip it out because it "wasn't the clutch he was have recommended." So thanks alot, exedy.

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      • May 20, 2019

        1 2001 Cobra - TimW

        Endurance road racing

        This isn't the clutch if you're planning to do any sort of endurance road racing. Ours basically disintegrated the friction material over a period of five races. After the fact, we found various manufacturing tolerance errors that shouldn't have existed as well. Unfortunately, you get what you pay for so consider spending more if you're doing this type of racing.

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      Questions & Answers (16 answers)

      5 Top Rated Questions

      Do I "need" a performance throw out bearing or is the one it comes with good enough?

      • You will not need a performance throw out with this clutch. The throw out bearing that comes with this kit will work out greatly for you!

      Helpful (6)

      Do I need to use an Exedy flywheel or would a McLeod steel flywheel work?

      • Thank you for your question about the Exedy Mach 400 Stage 2 Clutch (Late 01-04 GT, Mach 1; 99-04 Cobra). We would recommend using an Exedy flywheel to minimize the number of issues that you could possibly encounter in regards to the clutch and flywheel components of your transmission. Depending on your application, you would want to use the Exedy Lightweight Racing Flywheel - 8 Bolt (96-04 Cobra, Mach 1; 99-Mid 01 GT; 11-14 GT) or the Exedy Lightweight Racing Flywheel - 6 Bolt (96-98 GT; Late 01-10 GT). Exedy Lightweight Racing Flywheel - 8 Bolt (96-04 Cobra, Mach 1; 99-Mid 01 GT; 11-14 GT): Exedy Lightweight Racing Flywheel - 6 Bolt (96-98 GT; Late 01-10 GT):

      Helpful (3)

      If i change my original clutch is this clutch the perfect replacement for my almost stock 04 GT? I really like my OEM clutch right now but i must change my throwout clutch bearing so while im changing the bearing why not i change the clutch also, i only have pypes O/R x-pipe, pypes violator cat-back and BBK CAI right now and planning to add a throttle body + plenum later!

      • Ah yes, the notorious Mustang throwout bearing. I too changed out the entire clutch assembly when mine went bad. (It just makes sense to do the whole thing.) I chose this clutch kit and paired it with the lightweight racing flywheel and can testify that it does great on my 2003 Mach 1. You'd do well to choose this clutch kit as well. However, if you ever plan to make more hp/tq than this kit is rated for, you should keep that in mind before making a choice.

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      would this cluth fit on my 03 roush stage 2? what cluth is recommended for my roush? i need a new cluth asap.

      • the stage 2 roush mustangs are pretty much the same as a stock mustang gt just with bolt-ons so this clutch should do good for your car

      Helpful (2) Show 2 more answers

      Does this work with a stock 2003 Mach 1 flywheel? Any fitment issues? And how is pedal feel from stock. Thanks.

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      10 More Questions
      I would like to change my clutch because of i have bad sound at the start of the engine (like "biling-biling"... :p)... And the sound change when i touch the clutch pedal but disapear when the engine is hot, about 10 minutes..?? So how can i know if i need 10 or 26 splines? 1 answer
      Just did this replacement on my 03 gt... whats the recommended breakin period?? under what rpm for how many miles? 1 answer
      Hello I am in the need for a new clutch, my throw out bearing is driving me nuts, lol I looked at the tranny code and it says k witch means I would need this 11inch clutch correct? 1 answer
      I bought my 04 mustang gt a year ago and I was told it had a bad throw out bearing I’m just gonna replace the whole clutch will this clutch fit on a stock flywheel or will I have to buy a different one? 1 answer
      I have a 2003 GT pulling about 370 wheel h.p. 370 wheel t.q. at 6200 on the dynojet. My final build goal is around 400 wheel h.p t.q. With that said my car mostly sees street duty and may see a very limited amount of track time. Is the Stage 2 or Stage 3 likely a better choice for me? 1 answer
      Is the torque description at rear wheel mis quoted on site? The Exedy website states that the 07805 is rated at 408 rear wheel torque. Might it be that AM is incorrectly stating back of engine torque of 510 as opposed to rear wheel torque of 408. A little confusing Thank you 1 answer
      Can it bolt up just like that. I dontt need any other components? 1 answer
      clutch adjusting kit Do I need to buy the clutch adjuster kit when I buy this? 2 answers
      will this clutch fit with an 11 inch flywheel? 2 answers
      Can I rev the engine freely during the break in period with the clutch disengaged? Does that still do damage to the clutch or it's components? 2 answers

      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      Hardware included:
      • Pressure Plate
      • Clutch Disc
      • Pilot Bearing
      • Throwout Bearing
      • Alignment Tool

      Tech Specs

      Clutch Kit Specifications
      Year/Model:Mid 2001-2004 GT
      1999-2004 SVT Cobra
      2003-2004 MACH 1
      HP/TQ Rating @ Rear Wheels:510 ft-lbsTransmission Type:T-5, T-45, T-56, TR3650
      Disc Dimensions:280mm outer diameterMaterial:Organic
      SFI Approved:YesHardware Included:Pressure Plate, Clutch Disc, Pilot Bearing, Throwout Bearing, Alignment Tool

      Will It Fit My Mustang

      • Bullitt - 01
      • Cobra - 99, 01, 03, 04
      • GT - 01, 02, 03, 04
      • Mach 1 - 03, 04

      Fits 2001 Bullitt, 2001-2004 GT, 1999-2004 Cobra, and 2003-2004 Mach 1 (with the T-45, TR-3650, or T-56 transmission)

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