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Old December 7th 2013, 07:58
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Rhino case

Hi everyone, what is the largest clutch/pressure plate that a rhino case can run?

I've been trying to think it through, going the route of using a 915 gear box. It would take alot of modding, and then there's the clutch apply issue, in order to get it to work.

I have a rhino case, had it guessed. I have a quaife,getting the other necessary parts, to make it strong sounds more and more palatable. I think eyeball engineering sells a case upgrade kit, that would strengthen that setup; what do you think.
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Old December 9th 2013, 05:02
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no real need to go bigger than the 200mm stock size. you can get uprated covers and plates that will hold 600bhp+ and if your running that much power then your not going to be doing it with a T1 gearbox.
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Old December 10th 2013, 00:23
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Old December 14th 2015, 00:59
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6 puck clutch

Hi, question I bought a Kennedy 6 puck clutch, can it be ran on the street?

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