I have a virtually brand new RPS Triple Carbon on the shelf for Gen-1/2, and McLeods can be had in a few days at very reasonable prices <2K. I also have a virtually new Spec 3+ on the shelf, which is good for about 1000lbs of torque.
Clutches are NOT rated in horsepower. They are rated in TORQUE and RPM range- specifically minimum dynamic or static release if dealing with the best manufacturers. Horsepower is just a derived measurement, it means absolutely nothing for a clutch rating. Otherwise, you could take a dinky clutch that holds 250 ft/lbs, give it a 20K RPM rating, and then claim it holds 1000 horsepower to sell it to the Viper guys. I wonder how long that rating system would last with you guys? LOL
Last edited by Final GTS; October 19th, 2013 at 10:57 PM.