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Stronger clutch suggestion ?
My truck is a '96 350, CCLB
I have a 3" downpipe, 4" exhaust, 6637 intake and TS chip with TW tunes and have no plans to modify it more than that. 1 times out of 3 my clutch slips on the street tune. It's a replacement clutch, and has about 25k miles on it.
Truck boosts up to 32psi on the street tune, and about 26 on the daily tune. I haul about 8 to 10k pounds when we're going racing. I'm hard on the truck. It goes in the trails, up the hills and down in the cold.
What should I use for the next clutch? Should I keep the original flywheel or get a single mass? How much should it cost?
I'm a mechanic, so knowledge and installation is no problem here. Just wanted to know what you guys are running.
1996 Ford F-350
7.3 Powerstroke, manual 5 speeds, 4x4, Crew Cab, Long Bed, Srw, 4.10 gears.
1995 Ford Taurus SHO
V6 3.0L DOHC Yamaha, manual 5 speeds, Eibach springs, Koni struts, Quaife ATB diff, Brembo brakes, K&N filter, solid motor mount, 2x Pionner PIAA 10" subs + JBL GTO 301.1II amp, Cobra CB radio and wilson antenna