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    Centerforce clutch on SBC

    Anyone fitted a Centerforce clutch on SBC? I need to know if pedal action is much lighter as I have one in a bike and need to know if it's workable without servo?

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    I've got a centerforce dual friction 10.4" behind my small block in a '66 nova, been in there about 3 years now,
    it runs all factory style mechanical linkage,
    to be honest the pedal isn't much firmer than my '64 plate transit,
    gotta be about the best clutch for a street car.

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    Ditto - I have Dual Friction in a big block Vette - pedal action is actually slightly lighter than stock. I'm feeding 565 ft/lbs of torque with sticky rear rubber - its been on car for 4 or 5 years.

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    Thanks, was looking to get a much lighter release action, doesn't seem to be the case.

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    It will have lighter release action!

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