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Old 09-15-2018, 12:50 PM
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I put this same thread on the fox page but I thought i would list it here too since its getting to the time of year when I start driving my car again.

I have a 66 but it has a new T5 with a 92 block based 347. I have converted it to a hydraulic clutch. I am currently running a dual friction clutch with a slave outside the trans.

It is now time to get a new clutch, So

What is the best clutch for a very hard driven street car. I will take it to a strip once in while.

would I get better performance with a hydraulic throwout bearing instead of using my current slave cylinder.I i have had several issues with it coming out of adjustment
with the current adjustment stud. So i frequently need to jack it up and readjust it. even after using a jam nut and thread lock.
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Old 09-15-2018, 12:53 PM
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you could ask modern driveline about the Kevlar systems. I really like mine and I do think they are rated for pretty high HP numbers
if you've already gone that route what did they say?
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