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centerforce clutch break in

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by evilgsr, May 10, 2004.

  1. evilgsr

    evilgsr Member

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    just got a centerforce dual friction clutch and a fidanza flywheel for my gsr i was wondering if theres any break-in procedures i should be aware of or anything in general i should know about them, the instructions say i should take 350 miles to break the clutch in but my friend installing it says he knows a tranny shop trick thats used to break in clutches quickly any help or input appreciated :) btw car is bone stock if that makes any difference
     
  2. MikeBergy

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    350 miles will go by quick, just break it in as per the instructions. Thats like less than a week of driving for me.
     
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    beerbongskickass Senior Member

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    I broke in my clutch on the dyno. ;)
     
  4. JDMG2i

    JDMG2i Junior Member

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    I have a clucth master clutch and it say 350 - 500 miles but I just drove from CT to English town NJ and ran low 14s and high 13s and I've had the clucth for three years now and the only thing braking is axels motor mounts and trannys
     
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