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ValAir Performance Diesel Clutches



Hey guys i would like to announce a new product line im starting to carry... They are a Performance Clutch Manufacturer that have been doing ugraded clutches for big heavy duty trucks like big rigs. Well they started making those same designs into smaller packages like our SuperDutys. They currently have clutches for 89-93 none PS and 94-03 PS 7.3L. The 6.0 Clutches are in test mode right now but they should be out soon. Well here is the link to the stuff i have put on my site so far and a lil paragrapgh about them. Thank You for looking and please let me know if you have any questions.

ValAir Performance Clutches

"With 3 years in R&D we are now marketing a clutch that will astound you in performance and price.

Although fairly new to the performance diesel clutch scene, we at Valair have our reputation to protect. For over a decade we have produced some of the finest clutches for OTR drivers and their big trucks. One thing is for sure, if we can make a super duty clutch for big rigs we can definitely make a great performance clutch for your diesel powered 3/4 or 1 ton truck.

Whether you are looking for a stock replacement, a towing clutch, or a high performance clutch, we have just the clutch for you. Our new performance series of clutches are built Texas tough and built to last.

We buy in bulk from our suppliers, what does this mean to you ... with our lower cost of materials and our willingness to sell at reasonable profit margins we can pass the savings directly to you.

All Performance Clutches come with up to a 12 month/12,000 mile warranty and we can even arrange installation if you are in or around the Dallas/Ft Worth Area.

Try a Valair Performance Series Clutch ... you won't be disappointed ... we guarantee it!"
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Whats the pricing like for the OBS trucks?
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depends on what you want.. here is a link: Stealth Automotive. 1994-1998 7.3L
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What one is the high performance clutch? What are they capable of handeling HP and TQ wise?
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this one is rated at 600Hp 1100 Torque Stealth Automotive. NMU70263-04
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Do you know how they compare to the South Bend Clutches? Sorry for all of the questions. I just want to do it right the first time.....
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for your year truck your gonna need this upgraded larger flywheel to work: Stealth Automotive. New 13" 5 Speed Flywheel
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Do you know how they compare to the South Bend Clutches? Sorry for all of the questions. I just want to do it right the first time.....
hey bud from what they have told me its at least the same if not better... because of the upgraded size....
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