Re: Toploader Clutch Q's
Yes, the "bit" that bolts to the flywheel is the pressure plate.
You'll need a steel billet flywheel to run one of these clutch discs, a standard one will get destroyed.
The top one has a marcel carrier (spring centre). This one is more streetable and absorbs some of the shock when you release the clutch. The lower type, without the marcel carrier, can act more like an on/off switch. Touchy on the release and can cause alot of chatter when driving like a granny in traffic.
I've never used one but would be really keen to get some feedback from you once fitted. What I would do is wait until the CHI's are fitted and just see how your clutch goes. If it slips and can't handle it then change it. You may get a way with it on street tyres. Slicks = different issue.
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