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2004 Cobra (want to upgrade clutch)

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  1. CobraSusie

    CobraSusie Team Shelby Great Lakes State Director (Indiana) Established Member

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    Looking to change the clutch in my 2004 Cobra, want a nice light pedal, thinking this is the one, as I don't want to change the input shaft.

    Centerforce Mustang 10 Spline DFX 11in. Clutch Kit 99-04 Cobra

    Want opinions on what people thought after changing to it.
     
  2. biminiLX

    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    How much power do you have? Any track time planned?
    The new dual disc clutches are far better than a single in regards to holding power with a light pedal.
    If basically stock power, I think the Centerforce you linked will be fine.
    -J
     
  3. CobraSusie

    CobraSusie Team Shelby Great Lakes State Director (Indiana) Established Member

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    2.76 pulley, Plenum, Accufab single blade throttle body, Steeda cold air, Catless exhaust, Bassani.

    Dyno was 473.2 at the wheels

    It don't run her at the track, did in the beginning to get times etc.
     
  4. biminiLX

    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    Solid power.
    If no more power gains planned, the clutch you linked should do well.
    If looking for future power upgrades (basically a blower swap at this point), I’d do a dual disc for power and reduced clutch pedal pressure. Dual disc gets you best of both worlds.
    Good luck.
    -J
     
  5. biminiLX

    biminiLX never stock Established Member

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    I think Exedy makes a good option and the 26 spline input shaft is always a good upgrade.
    -J
     
  6. CobraBob

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    I lean to what @biminiLX said. You're not that far above stock power to make that package impractical.
     

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