Holley Unveils the Hays Dragon Claw 1150 Clutch
Dragon Claw Clutch Kits feature a diaphragm and a special lever-assist design. The diaphragm maintains a pedal effort suitable for street use. However, as RPM increases Dragon Claw's clutch levers swing out through centrifugal force to apply pressure directly above the pressure plate, allowing for the the clutch to handle tremendous amounts of torque with no slip.
These innovative twin-disc clutches have a nearly bulletproof flywheel machined from 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum and a lightweight cover machined from 7075-T6 aluminum. Dragon Claw clutch discs consist of a specially formulated ceramic friction material that is both "street-able" and aggressive, as well as sprung-hub disc centers that allow for smooth engagement, less gear lash, and longer transmission life.
A complete twin-disc assembly weighs as little as 35 pounds and comes complete with an alignment tool and all the shims and hardware you need for a fast, easy installation. They're 100-percent American-made, and there's absolutely no break-in period at all – just install your new Dragon Claw clutch and start driving.
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