McLoed 75221 Features:
The Super Street Pro clutch kit is ideal for both the street and the track. It is recommended for cars up to 550 HP with moderate engine mods and street tires. The kit is SFI-approved. Included is a high clamp load pressure plate, and dual-faced organic and metallic disc for smooth engagement. The kit is complete with a Pressure Plate, Disc, throw-out bearing (where applicable) pilot bushing (where applicable), and alignment tool. If you are looking for a street-friendly yet track-proven clutch, the McLeod Super Street Pro is your best choice.
How long does it take to break in a McLeod clutch?
- Break-in time for the McLeod 75221 racing clutch varies, but typically 500-1000 miles of regular driving is recommended.
Do all clutch kits come with a flywheel?
- Yes, the McLeod 75221 racing clutch kit includes a high-quality flywheel for optimal performance.
Does a clutch kit come with a pressure plate?
- Absolutely, the McLeod 75221 clutch kit includes a durable pressure plate for reliable engagement.
How do I know what clutch kit to buy?
- Choose the McLeod 75221 for a high-performance Chevy clutch, suitable for racing enthusiasts seeking durability and efficiency.
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