clutch stall

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clutch stall

Postby Cluelessracing » Thu Apr 12, 2018 3:02 pm

There are so many different clutch set ups you can do now, one thing ive noticed on some cars is really high clutch stall. Whats the purpose? most average cars ide assume would range around 4000-4400 launch rpm , but some cases i see cars launching 5000-5500. whats the theory here?
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Re: clutch stall

Postby Pool Man » Fri Apr 13, 2018 6:39 am

Some do it for quicker reaction times. Some do it in order to get the best 60' possible. Many think that a great 60' time is a MUST in dragracing. Some may even do it to overcome a bogg at the hit of the throttle. Which is just masking a underlying problem.
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Re: clutch stall

Postby Ben Bear » Tue Apr 24, 2018 4:52 pm

Most of don't do it at all! Primarily because we want a slower 60' so we can mph higher, and at that launch rpm you are just asking for tire spin!
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