MS1-XXG6 - MaXX/Race Sprung 6 Pad
|Item Description||MaXX/Race Sprung 6 Pad|
|Product Weight (lbs.)||16.6|
|Torque Capacity (ft/lbs.)||625|
|Torque Capacity Over OE||156%|
|Clutch Disc Diameter (Inches)||9.4|
|Clutch Disc Diameter (Millimeters)||240|
|Input Shaft Diameter (inches)||1|
|Pressure Plate Type||MaXX|
|Warranty||12 Months (view details)|
MS1-XXG6 kit features a MaXX pressure plate for the serious enthusiast. ACT MaXX pressure plates use exclusive diaphragm design to increase clamp load, reduce deflection and maximize clutch life. All diaphragms endure a four-stage, heat-treating process for unparalleled performance. ACT pressure plates have precision cover stampings to provide rigidity and consistency. ACT's 6-pad, spring-centered race disc features a spring-center construction to properly damp torsional vibrations and resist failure under harsh conditions. ACT spring retainers utilize wraparound spring windows and thicker retainer stampings to provide spring support, reduce stress concentrations, and increase strength and reliability. With the 6-pad, spring-centered race disc, engagement is harsher, but shifting is faster. The 6-pad, spring-centered disc is recommended for larger clutch sizes to absorb more heat.
|Feel||Heavy to very heavy pedal effort, aggressive engagement, quick shifts, mild to moderate gear rattle|
|Life||Moderate friction life, extended by ACT's exclusive diaphragm design|
|Quality||Carefully engineered, precisely assembled, accurately balanced, uses select ceramic friction materials for high heat tolerance and maximum performance|
|Recommended Use||Recommended for high horsepower street or race use|
|ACT Difference||100% clamp load tested and dynamically computer balanced for smooth high RPM reliability|
|1987 Chrysler Conquest Base||2.6 L4 GAS FI 2555cc | SOHC | Turbocharged|
|1987 Mitsubishi Starion ESi-R||2.6 L4 GAS FI 2555cc | SOHC | Turbocharged|
|1988 Chrysler Conquest TSi||2.6 L4 GAS FI 2555cc | SOHC | Turbocharged|
|1988 Mitsubishi Starion ESi||2.6 L4 GAS FI 2555cc | SOHC | Turbocharged|
|1988 Mitsubishi Starion ESi-R||2.6 L4 GAS FI 2555cc | SOHC | Turbocharged|
|1989 Chrysler Conquest TSi||2.6 L4 GAS FI 2555cc | SOHC | Turbocharged|
|1989 Mitsubishi Starion ESi-R||2.6 L4 GAS FI 2555cc | SOHC | Turbocharged|
Frequently Asked Questions
- Are ACT clutches balanced?
- Yes! All ACT clutch assemblies are computer spin balanced to within .25 oz-in to guarantee help smooth operation across the entire RPM range. For comparison, stock production clutches are typically balanced to within .50 oz-in. Lower is definitely better!
- Will an ACT clutch increase pedal effort?
- ACT pressure plates are specifically designed to handle high torque applications. With ACT's durable design, expect an increase in pedal effort between 15-40% (Heavy Duty) and 50-80% (Xtreme), depending on the application. Clutches developed with less pedal effort often result in a lack of longevity, torque capacity and/or engagement quality.
- Do ACT clutches require a break in period?
- For organic street discs, we recommend breaking in the clutch for 300-500 miles with mild engagement, such as stop-and-go city driving prior to racing or spirited driving. ACT race discs usually only require a few hard slips to lap in the surfaces prior to normal driving or racing. Do not overheat the clutch during the break in period, as this can result in friction surfaces fusing together, hot spots, and friction surface glazing.
- Are ACT clutches repairable or rebuildable?
- In some situations, rebuilds or repairs may be possible (see warranty), after inspection of the clutch assembly. Please contact our technical department for further information. Because of special modifications, we do not recommend servicing by a general clutch rebuilder.
- How much does an ACT clutch weigh?
- The weight of the ACT clutch assembly will usually be the same as a stock OEM clutch assembly.