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the more power and torque the engine makes the stronger the clutch (and axles) has to be to grip and relay that power through the tranny. whether it's boost, N2O or crazy N/A you'll need an upgraded clutch tailored to your setup to hold the power/torque and not slip.

you can use the stock clutch but it won't last long on a F/I motor.

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a lot faster. i'm using the excedy sport with my 75 shot and it has held up great. i've been racing with it for about 1 season. probably 65 passes down the 1/4 while spraying. no signs of slippage. 10 or 15 passes down the 1/4 N/A
 

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Azn Chopesticks said:
ok i know stock clutches and nitrous isnt good but, why is this??
stock clutch are made for stock cars...the stock clutch cant handle all the power from the nitrous which causes it to slip
 

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HLHIII said:
that should do it. but make sure you break the clutch in before any real hard driving.
only street discs need to be broken in...6 puck discs are made for racing and doesnt require breaking in
 
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