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Installing A Centerforce Clutch In Your Late-Model Mopar For Maximum Power To The Pavement
By Dave Young, Photography by Courtesy Speedfactory, Dave Young
September 29, 2010
Then the steel separator, or floater drive plate, is installed.
Using the provided alignment tool, the second friction disc can be put in place, and we're ready for the new Centerforce pressure plate.
Using the provided alignment tool, the second friction disc can be put in place, and we're
With the rest of the new components in place, the pressure plate is installed and torqued to 35-38 lb-ft.
With the rest of the new components in place, the pressure plate is installed and torqued
The new clutch, discs, and pressure plate install easily, right in place of the factory units. Now we're ready to reinstall the car's transmission.
The new clutch, discs, and pressure plate install easily, right in place of the factory un
Prior to installing the transmission, SpeedFactory uses a zip tie to hold the wiring harness and associated bracket out of the way.
Prior to installing the transmission, SpeedFactory uses a zip tie to hold the wiring harne
With everything disassembled, now's the time to change the throw-out bearing. The factory unit can be retained if it's in good shape, but if the stock clutch showed significant wear, we recommend changing the bearing as well.
With everything disassembled, now's the time to change the throw-out bearing. The factory
The transmission is now slid into place using a transmission jack, and attached in the reverse order of how it was removed. This job can also be accomplished with a floor jack and the car on jackstands, but a lift and transmission jack definitely make the job easier.
The transmission is now slid into place using a transmission jack, and attached in the rev
Here's something your A-833 four-speed doesn't have-a slave cylinder. Reconnecting this component is one of the final steps before reinstalling the driveshaft.
Here's something your A-833 four-speed doesn't have-a slave cylinder. Reconnecting this co
The Centerforce clutch is a great upgrade for your manually-shifted Mopar, eliminating a known weak link. SpeedFactory can hook you up with the parts you need and can even install the new clutch for you if you'd like. This upgrade will definitely get your Challenger ready for some track duty, without worrying about clutch slippage ever again.
The Centerforce clutch is a great upgrade for your manually-shifted Mopar, eliminating a k
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