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Old 03-12-2018, 11:34 AM
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Originally Posted by DaveCarrera4 View Post
They say the Carrera GT clutch (ceramic) is a handful. How does carbon compare to stock?
Only handful if not driven properly. Carrera GT you do not give any throttle when starting from standstill, even on steep hill. Just release brake and slowly release clutch; the car's electronics control the take-off. If you give it throttle while letting out the clutch it has a fit and bucks like a bronco. It's very counter-intuitive.

It's also a carbon clutch in that btw small diameter I believe 7.25".
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Originally Posted by skyak View Post
It has a narrower engagement compared to the stock clutch, but totally slippable if needed. For example, to park my car I actually have to back my car up my inclined driveway, and to avoid scraping the aerokit front lip I have to come to an almost complete stop when the lip is transitioning from street to driveway. I can do this relatively painlessly with this clutch, which I think says a lot for its usability. The other big difference is how fast the revs respond during a shift (which I love), but I assume this has more to do with the SMFW.
smaller diameter clutch also plays a role. Less rotating mass and it is not as far away from the center of rotation which helps the moment of inertia.
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