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Old 03-27-2020, 07:52 PM   #26
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The only credit I'll give a mpc is it's ability to disapate heat. But stick with a pull style .

Reason I say this is push on a bearing that is spinning with a shaft on the other end and you'll get an in-balance. But pull on it and the shaft that is harnessed into place (main bearings) and it'll play a lot nicer. Subaru didn't put a pull style clutch on the car for ****s and giggles.
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Old 03-27-2020, 07:58 PM   #27
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The only credit I'll give a mpc is it's ability to disapate heat. But stick with a pull style .

Reason I say this is push on a bearing that is spinning with a shaft on the other end and you'll get an in-balance. But pull on it and the shaft that is harnessed into place (main bearings) and it'll play a lot nicer. Subaru didn't put a pull style clutch on the car for ****s and giggles.
Comp has two MPCs

The old one, which is the Push type conversion.

the new one, which is the one I got, has no conversion.
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Old 03-27-2020, 08:04 PM   #28
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Comp has two MPCs

The old one, which is the Push type conversion.

the new one, which is the one I got, has no conversion.
Well then they may have smartened up. But I still don't like the smaller diameter disc. It's to on off because of the pressure distribution across that tiny pressure plate. And the heat distribution is less ideal then a full size disc like an exedy. Exedy has been in the game a long time.. supplier for wrc cars and jgtc.

Comp mpc makes there own billet cnc stuff. So they don't source plates from exedy. But the single disc is for sure sourced from deka. Comp just uses there own disc and clutch fingers on the deka plate template. Just like act cm and all the other brands out.

What I'd do is measure the depth of the throw out bearing from the crank to the fork contact points and compare them to an oem unit. They need to be the same. If not you'll have some issues.
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