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McLeod RXT Twin Disc 1200HP Ceramic Clutch Kit - 26 Spline (08-10 V8 HEMI; 13-20 V8 HEMI)

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    Features & Details

    • 1-1/8 x 26 Spline Clutch Kit
    • Handles up to 1200 Horsepower
    • Smoother Release and Better Engagement
    • For Street and Drag Applications
    • Lighter-Than-Stock-Pedal Feel
    • Diaphragm-Style Pres sure plate
    • Sprung-Hub Disc Style
    • Requires a Flat-Style Flywheel with a Crank Relief of 6.25 Inches or Less
    • Straightforward Installation
    • Includes Limited Manufacturer Warranty
    • Fits All 2008-2010 and 2013-2020 Dodge Challenger Models

    Made for Speed, Made for the Streets. The McLeod RXT Twin Disc 1200HP Clutch kit is designed for the high-horsepower enthusiast in all of us. It features a higher clamp load than the standard RXT Twin disc, and is designed for smoother engagement. You’ll feel like you’re using a stock pedal when you install this kit, making it the perfect street companion for your Challenger.

    Handles a Lot of Horsepower. The McLeod RXT Twin Disc 1200HP Clutch kit’s higher clamp load means it can handle 1200 hp with little difficulty. It possesses excellent release qualities that are suited for drivers, whether on the streets or the drag strip.

    High-Quality Construction. This kit comes with 2 ceramic clutch discs that allow it to handle all that power effortlessly. The rest of the components in the McLeod RXT Twin Disc 1200HP Clutch kit are designed using top-quality materials and made to last.

    Simplified Installation. The McLeod RXT Twin Disc 1200HP Clutch kit takes a fair bit of time to install, but is easy enough so as not to turn into a complicated process. Having technical expertise will certainly make the job easier, though.

    Includes Limited Manufacturer Warranty. McLeod provides a limited warranty for products like the RXT Twin Disc 1200HP Clutch.

    Application. The McLeod RXT Twin Disc 1200HP Clutch was designed for use on all 2008-2010 and 2013-2020 Dodge Challenger models equipped with a manual 26 spline transmission.

    Application Note. This clutch requires a flat style flywheel with a crank relief of 6.250 inches or less for proper fitment. Clutch will not work on recessed or stepped flywheel's or with crank reliefs larger than 6.250 inches in diameter.

    Fitment: 2008 2009 2010 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Details

    MPN# 6975-07HD

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) Diaphragm-Style Pressure Plate
    • (2) Ceramic Friction Discs
    • (1) Floater Plate
    • (1) Alignment Tool
    Installation Info
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