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Old 02-01-2008, 01:46 PM
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Valair clutch....

well guys finally got it put in and WOW no more slipping of the clutch.. it is a little grabier and you can tell there is a different clutch in espically when you are sitting there cause you can hear the clunking of the new clutch... and while I was at it I did unplug my waste gate... can't really say if that helped out or not but I was kinda playing around when I was coming home and the tires did break loose at 65mph... but mind you the roads are wet but hey at least I finally got it done.. and now I got a clutch that can handle quite a bit now
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I've heard good things about the ValAir clutches and thinking about getting one for the Dodge. So you're happy with it I take it?
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ooo yes I am.... now I can't wait to get injectors, turbo, etc... now that I can handle more power now....
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Ryan, Im really glad you got the clutch in and its working great. Make sure u break it in all the way before you beat on it too much. Try not to be towing too much with it for the first 500 miles or so, just as a precaution. And call me about that noise.
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Old 02-01-2008, 02:02 PM
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oooo I will take it easy and the 500 miles well it will be more than that to get to work and then back home so no worry there....
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Old 02-01-2008, 02:42 PM
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Told ya lol... these clutches kick but...
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well I guess my next mod will have to be different connecting rods.... and then some injectors... so Raul when are you gonna start offerening injectors?
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