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1972-74 AMC 401 V8 & 1976-79 Jeep CJ/Wrangler L6, 11" diameter, 10-spline

Part number (SKU): 92-3007


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Original Price: $879.95


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 Ford
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 10
Max Horsepower Rating 650
Pilot Bushing Included No
Pressure Plate Style Borg & Beck
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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