79 Ford Fairmont 5.0L ( 302 ci ) - Optional 10.4
The Centerforce(R) LMC Clutch Series is a specifically designed low inertia performance clutch that dramatically reduces engine rotating mass. These lightweight, SFI approved competition clutches are intended with most road racing and circle track applications in mind. Centerforce machines these special pressure plates from high-strength aircraft-grade billet aluminum and then attach a special heat-treated replaceable friction surface. The Centerforce LMC series friction disc utilizes a dual-segmented carbon composite lining for improved cooling and excellent torque capacity. Light Metal Clutch assemblies from Centerforce uses their patented 'Ball Bearing' actuated diaphragm and centrifugal weight system for maximum grip while maintaining a comfortable and controllable clutch pedal. When used in conjunction with Centerforce's aluminum flywheels, LMC Series brings the term 'Lightweight' to an unparalleled level!
Centerforce LMC Series Clutches are lightweight, SFI-approved, competition clutches intended for most road racing and circle track applications. Specifically designed low inertia performance clutch dramatically reduces engine rotating mass. Centerforce machines these pressure plates from high-strength aircraft-grade billet aluminum and then attaches a special heat-treated replaceable friction surface. When used in conjunction with Centerforce Aluminum Flywheels, the LMC Series redefines lightweight.Features
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