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New Product: ACT Twin-Disc Clutch Kits for the 2007-2009 Shelby GT500

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ACT Shelby GT500 Twin-Disc Clutch

Advanced Clutch Technology (ACT) is pleased to introduce its new twin-disc clutch kits for the 2007 – 2009 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. The clutches are offered in a wide range of street-friendly to race-ready kits with torque capacities ranging from 850-1450 ft-lb of torque. The two disc design allows for twice the disc surface area compared to a conventional clutch design, resulting in better wear characteristics, a higher heat capacity and longer life. The twin-disc kits include ACT’s Proprietary Positive Lift Floater system, which offers the ability to adjust for compensation of disc wear.

Each kit offers a choice of three different clamp load designs to give unparalleled performance and moderate pedal effort. Users also have the option of choosing disc combinations that feature high torque capacities along with smooth consistent engagement.  These parts meet SFI Foundation specification 1.2.

The twin-disc kits include a CNC-machined and dynamically balanced flywheel to ensure smooth, trouble-free installation and operation.

For more details and pricing visit www.advancedclutch.com.

ACT twin-disc clutch kits for the 2007-2009 Shelby GT500

ACT Street Clutch Kit w/Heavy Duty Pressure Plate T1S-F03 850 ft-lb
ACT Street Clutch Kit w/Xtreme Pressure Plate T2S-F03* 950 ft-lb
ACT Street Clutch Kit w/Maxx Xtreme Pressure Plate T3S-F03* 1125 ft-lb
ACT Race Clutch Kit w/ Heavy Duty Pressure Plate T1R-F03 1100 ft-lb
ACT Race Clutch Kit w/Xtreme Pressure Plate T2R-F03* 1200 ft-lb
ACT Race Clutch Kit w/Maxx Xtreme Pressure Plate T3R-F03* 1450 ft-lb

*When selecting a clutch with an Xtreme or Maxx Xtreme pressure plate, ACT recommends additional firewall and master cylinder bracing to reduce excess flex, improving both pedal efficiency and driver feel.




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