You're already making the centrifugal force--why not let a Centerforce clutch take advantage of it?
You can have a heavy-duty clutch without a heavy-duty clutch pedal when you use a Centerforce clutch
Stock upgrade or full-blown competition: There's a Centerforce clutch available for all applications
All Centerforce products, from clutch kits to flywheels, are made with the same uncompromising durability
If there's one thing your engine produces in bulk, but doesn't really use, it's centrifugal force. Sure, that rotation is translated into torque and horsepower too, but if your flywheel is going to be spinning, why not get some use out of the centrifugal force too? That's what a Centerforce clutch does. The Centerforce clutch utilizes an absolutely unique design whereby weights spin outward as engine speed increases. The result is that a Centerforce clutch clamps down on the clutch plate with a tremendous amount of pressure, yet you don't pay the price with a sore left leg. See, other companies offer high clamping forces too, but since they don't use the innovative Centerforce clutch mechanism, they have to create that force with heavy-duty springs. We've all gotten into a car that was practically undriveable because of the clutch pressure required. If that car had used a Centerforce clutch, the same torque transfer properties could have been achieved with much less pedal pressure. There's a Centerforce clutch produced for most popular applications, both import and domestic, so be sure to see if your car is listed. You'll love the launch provided by your new Centerforce clutch, and your left leg will eventually return to its normal sizewe promise.There's nothing wrong with the Centerforce clutch discit's a great piece of friction engineering, actually. It's just that the really cool part of a Centerforce clutchthe part from which the company takes its nameis the Centerforce pressure plate. The Centerforce pressure plate takes charge of the centrifugal force made by your spinning engine and turns it into clamping force on your clutch plate. How? The Centerforce pressure plate has a unique system of weights that can slide on the Centerforce pressure plate spring tines. As centrifugal force acts upon them, such as when your engine is running at high RPM, they press harder and harder on the clutch disc and flywheel. That way, your Centerforce pressure plate gives unbelievable clamping forces without wrecking your left leg. See, we told you the Centerforce pressure plate was pretty cool. There are a couple of different styles of Centerforce pressure plate too, so you can install the Centerforce pressure plate that best suits your driving style and vehicle horsepower. Keep in mind, the best way to integrate a Centerforce pressure plate into your car's driveline is to install a full clutch kit, and the company features kits including the Centerforce pressure plate for most popular import and domestic vehicles. So put your clutch to work for you: Install a Centerforce pressure plate and get extreme pressures without an extreme workout.A new clutch kit is sometimes called a 3-piece clutch kit because it containsdrum roll pleasethree pieces. For example, a Centerforce clutch kit contains a pressure plate, friction plate (aka a clutch disc), and a Centerforce throwout bearing. The duties of the first two may seem obvious, but what about the Centerforce throwout bearing? A Centerforce throwout bearing is what actually allows your clutch pressure plate to freewheel while the clutch is pressed in (released). The Centerforce throwout bearing also has to handle the pressure of the clutch springs while it's spinning and absorbing all that engine rpm. Think about that for a few minutes, and you'll develop the healthy respect for the Centerforce throwout bearing that we've developed. If your clutch makes a rumbling noise when you have your foot on the clutch pedal, but it goes away when the clutch is engaged, your throwout bearing is suspect. If you have a stock clutch and throwout bearing, replace the whole unit with a Centerforce clutch and Centerforce throwout bearing. You'll get the long life and killer clamping force of a Centerforce clutch, and a brand-new, whisper-quiet Centerforce throwout bearing to go along with it.