The Lotus Cars Community banner

1 - 3 of 3 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
18 Posts
Discussion Starter #1

725 Series: Twin Disc Performance Clutch Kit
The 725 series is a smaller diameter assembly, which creates less rotating mass and offering quicker, and smoother shifting with much better throttle response.

Clutch Masters is proud to introduce the finest and most economical multi-plate clutch systems available for today’s high performance vehicles, the 725 and 850 Series. Clutch Masters Twin Disc systems are pure racing technology that also works well in high performance street applications. They are designed to hold tremendous horsepower and
torque ratings, while retaining a very smooth operation. By slightly increasing the clamping force of the pressure plate and adding to the square inches of usable disc area, CM Twin Discs significantly increase clamping values with only a 25-50% increase in pedal pressure depending on the application. The cover assembly is machined from billet aluminum with 25% more tensile strength than the competition’s cast unit. The flywheel is machined from billet 6061-T6 aluminum to meet SFI spec 1.2 for competition in NHRA, NDRA, IDRC, IHRA, SCCA and NASA. Each aluminum flywheel includes a replaceable heat shield. Steel flywheels are also available on select applications.

Elise - 02~08 - 1.8L 1ZZ Eng. 4Cyl - Twin Disc - 7.25" Twin disc (Race) - Number 2 ALUM flywheel incl
Elise - 02~08 - 1.8L 1ZZ Eng. 4Cyl - Twin Disc - 7.25" Twin disc (Street) - Number 2 ALUM flywheel incl

Exige - 04~08 - 1.8L 2ZZ Eng. 4Cyl - Twin Disc - 7.25" Twin disc (Race) - ALUM flywheel incl
Exige - 04~08 - 1.8L 2ZZ Eng. 4Cyl - Twin Disc - 7.25" Twin disc (Street) - ALUM flywheel incl


GO TO NOPI/CLUTHC MASTERS Catalog for model specific web prices and details

Contact the salesmen below or PM me for our best deal on CLUTCH MASTERS Clutch & Flywheel kits
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
810 Posts
on your web site it is called for 1ZZ engine... and by memory, the flywheel is different between 1ZZ and 2ZZ. Not a lot of detail also in regards of the disc construction, pad looking as well as hub with or without spring., difference between track and street clutch. Torque capacity...

MWR sell also Masterclutch, the FX700 and they recommend it for track.
 
1 - 3 of 3 Posts
Top