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no i've head that on a puck clutch that they really dont need much break in time... is that right? this is what i got...

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I was told about 300 miles of break in and the best method is to break it in hard. IE Cluch dumps! I have almost the same clutch, stage 3 clutch specialties 6 puck sprung and let me tell you this bitch chatters bad.
 

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Keepin it real since 1984
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Bizzar said:
I was told about 300 miles of break in and the best method is to break it in hard. IE Cluch dumps! I have almost the same clutch, stage 3 clutch specialties 6 puck sprung and let me tell you this bitch chatters bad.
i figure mine will (chatter) too, my old one was horriable!
so a 300 mile break in..... clutch dumps?
 

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i put like 50 miles on mine then rode it hard, no chatter whatso ever on a clutchmasters unpsrung 6puck and heavy pressure plate. flywheel is a aluminum aasco.:beer:
 
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i got a clutch just like that, except it's an ACT clutch.

i got it used...so i dont know if you have to break it in or not. they last a very long time. because my buddy has been using his for over 3-4 years, and that's with weekend racing too. mine only had like...10k miles on it.

but dont shift when your rpm is real low, because it grabs hard, it'll rattle/shake your car.
 
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