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FORD 10.5" CLUTCHES

Here you will find various clucthes that comonly are used on small block ford 302/351 engines. And some early 4.6L using t45 transmissions

Let the clutch be the fuse...Rather than the more expensive Transmission...It is a lot cheaper/easier to have a backup clutch than it is to have a backup transmission. It is a lot easier to drive a vehicle home with a slipping clutch than it is with a broken transmission. Plus, if it hits the trans easy it hits the tires easy resulting in.....Better 60' times higher RPM launches.

kingcobra

King Cobra Clutch Kit  

Replacement Clutch holds 370hp to the tires & comes with throwout bearing,pilot bearing,10 spline alingment tool.

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superkingcobra

Super King Cobra Clutch

Good Replacement Clutch holds 440hp to the tires & comes with throwout bearing,pilot bearing,10 spline alingment tool.

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blueprintedkingcobra

Dual Friction  Fiber Tough / Organic #DF

Blue Printed King Cobra Clutch

A Performace Clutch that holds 470hp to the tires Using a Organic/Fiber Tuff Material disc. comes with throwout bearing,pilot bearing,10 spline alingment tool.

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blue printed super king cobra

Dual Friction  Fiber Tough / Organic #DF

Blue Printed Hi Rev Clutch

Good for 550hp and offered in a 26 spline Organic/Fiber Tuff Material disc. This works well with more upgraded t5, t45 & TKX Transmissions.comes with throwout bearing,pilot bearing,26 spline alingment tool.

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“Blue Printed“ Hi-Rev

760HP

Blue Printed Hi Rev Organic/Ceramic

575hp Capable & using the ceramic material on one side of disc works well with a more street/strip style car.comes with throwout bearing,pilot bearing,26 spline alingment tool.

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blue printed super king cobra

Full Ceramic #CB

Blue Printed Hi Rev Full Ceramic

If your around 590hp and lanching at the track often this is a clucth to consider.comes with throwout bearing,pilot bearing,26 spline alingment tool.

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Torq Spec on 10.5" Pressure Plate Bolts 12 then 24 FTTQ

The "BEST WAY" to Check Clutch Adjustment:
Find a hill you can pull the car up on, have the car in 1st gear and turn the engine off. Slowly step on the clutch pedal, about half way to the floor or HIGHER the car should start to roll back. If you are real low to the carpet there is something wrong (twisted input splines, bad pilot bearing, not enough air gap on the clutch, low ramped quadrant). Recheck everything until you can achieve half pedal or higher disengagement, WITHOUT overloading the adjuster or throw out bearing. Your clutch adjustment is tight now and should be checked periodically so you do NOT slip the clutch.