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Old 10-07-2000, 01:06 AM   #25
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There are some fundamental differences I've noticed between the ACT Street clutch and the Clutchmasters Stage-III.

The ACT will push back at your foot...it's a much heavier clutch pedal; it grips well.

The ClutchMasters feels like a stock clutch, totally, except it holds boost; also grips well.

If you're on a stock tranny, I can only recommend either of these two...with my preference going to the Clutchmaster Stage-III due to its smooth engagement and stock pedal feel. Some people like the hard pedal feel...more power to 'em.
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