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As a leading supplier to Japanese vehicle manufacturers, Exedy knows clutches for sport compact vehicles
Every Exedy clutch kit includes three components, the disc, pressure plate, and release bearing, for a complete clutch replacement
Light weight is a plus when you're heading down the track, and a lightweight Exedy flywheel helps you shave off pounds
From stock replacement to their four-puck race designs, there's an Exedy clutch application for your car and driving styleHigh horsepower and torque numbers don't mean squat if your car can't get the power to the ground: An Exedy clutch kit is designed to do just that. Utilizing the latest developments in pressure plate, friction plate, and throwout bearing design, your Exedy clutch kit is designed to perform more effectively than an OE clutch in every possible way. Depending upon the kind of horsepower your motor is putting out, there are several different types of Exedy clutch kit on the market. If you're running a mega-potent mill, check out the new dual-plate Exedy clutch kit, with multiple friction plates to transfer more power. For moderate to high-power motors, there's a tri-plate Exedy clutch kit with a metallic disc and friction materials to dissipate heat effectively. And, of course, there is a stock OE Exedy clutch kit that gives you additional clamping forces without increasing pedal loads or flywheel wear. For the ultimate in performance, couple your new Exedy clutch kit with an Exedy flywheel. The combination of a high-friction Exedy clutch kit and a lightweight flywheel will give your street vehicle the feel of a European road racer without losing any reliability or drivability.Low mass is a good thing when it comes to high-performance flywheels, which is why the lightweight aluminum Exedy flywheel can help your sporty street ride or weekend racer develop more drive-wheel power. A flywheel is basically an energy storage device. When the factory designs your flywheel, they take smoothness and other drivability factors into account and end up creating a heavier-than-necessary flywheel. An Exedy flywheel still gives you great drivability, but the Exedy flywheel is made of lighter materials that take less engine power to accelerate. Your engine doesn't make more power and torque, but more power and torque gets to the wheels because your Exedy flywheel isn't soaking up as much of it as your stock flywheel did. Make sense? Each Exedy flywheel is custom-machined from proprietary alloy metals and specially tuned to the vehicle upon which it is intended to be mounted. That way, your Exedy flywheel always gives you smooth shifting, scintillating acceleration, and steady idling characteristics that you'll love if you're a performance-minded driver. More importantly, you get back a handful of horsepower with an Exedy flywheel, which is what your goal should be with every modification you make.