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1955-85 GM L6/V6/V8, 11" diameter, 10-spline

Part number (SKU): 92-1004


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Original Price: $601.95


Hays Street 650 single disc kits are designed handle highly modified engines up to 650 naturally aspirated horsepower (600HP for forced induction & nitrous combinations). Designed as a true Street/Strip clutch for spirited high performance driving or frequent track use. The high performance disc utilized in the Street 650 has an 8-spring hub with encapsulated damper springs and a sintered metallic friction surface. The encapsulated spring can handle 3 times the shock load versus a standard coil spring. Sintered metallic material provides a degree of slippage on vehicle launch to prevent violent engagement characteristics found in paddle-style metallic discs. Each kit includes pressure plate, clutch disc, throwout bearing, alignment tool, and instructions.

  • Designed for power levels up to 650 naturally aspirated horsepower (600 HP for forced induction/nitrous)
  • True “Street/Strip” clutch kit for spirited street driving and frequent track use
  • Pressure plate offers 30% more clamping force than stock
  • Sintered metallic disc friction surface used for smoother engagement during vehicle launch
  • Upgraded 8-spring hub with polyurethane encapsulated damper springs handles 3 times the shock load over standard disc springs
  • All Street 650 clutch kits come complete with pressure plate, disc, throwout bearing, and alignment tool
  • Available for GM, Ford, AMC, Jeep and Chrysler
Alignment Tool Included Yes
Application GM
Brand Hays
Disc Diameter 11
Disc Material Sintered Metallic
Disc Style Spring Hub
Emission Code 5
Input Shaft Diameter 1-1/8 in.
Input Spline 26
Max Horsepower Rating 650
Pilot Bushing Included No
Pressure Plate Style Diaphragm
Product Type Clutch Kits
Throwout Bearing Included Yes
Warranty Limited 90 Day Warranty

This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.

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