Making the wrong choice in a performance clutch is a wicked easy thing to do. While a super ceramic or unsprung sintered iron disc may sound like the hot setup for those who fancy themselves John Force, the most common error is to choose more clutch than required. Loose fillings, scored flywheels, and grabby clutch stop-and-go traffic swearing may be the only things that result from putting too much clutch in a street going car. To help sort things out the folks at Streetfire.net got with Bob from Fidanza and created this video. If you're not careful, you might learn something before it's done. Now, if we can only score that invite to the International Friction Materials Conference in Las Vegas next year.

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