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Old 09-01-2019, 03:23 PM   #1

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best clutch for a camed lt4 stick car?

a friend of mine has a 2016 ss stick with an lt4 blower. he is putting a cam in it next and maybe some drop ins and e85. pretty sure he has drag radials too. he is what I would say still learning how to launch a stick car. he is getting better but will never be a pro.

what clutch should he put in it that will make launching it easier? wouldn't one of the triple disk set ups help launch while keeping it driving nice and not wear out too quickly?
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1096 rwhp at 22psi, 5.94@122 1/8th(18psi), 9.19@155 1/4(20psi), drop in rods and pistons
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Bump. I'm curious about clutch recommendations too. I'm sure a clutch is in my not to distant future.
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