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10,000 RPM, Inc. now has available a Small Diameter Ultra Lite Multi Disc Clutch and Flywheel Assembly for the Dodge Daytona 2.2L in both 6 and 8 bolt crank applications. 10,000 RPM’s Dodge 2.2L clutch and flywheel assembly weighs only 10lbs complete and is a tremendous weight savings compared to a stock unit.  


10,000 RPM 2 disc complete assembly uses 6.2” dia. discs the setup uses 1 Space-Age Kevlar lining and the 2nd disc uses the conventional lining. The assembly is extremely lighter and has more drivability than any other competitors clutch. Other manufacturers clutch assemblies are like a light switch either on or off with minimal drivability. A lighter clutch and flywheel assembly will not only give you quicker lap times but will also give you quicker times in the corners. A Heavy clutch and flywheel assembly acts like a Gyro (it causes resistance and wants to make the race car only go straight and not turn into the corners). With a lighter clutch and flywheel assembly that will allow the car to go future into the corners with less resistance.


10,000 RPM Ultra Lite Clutch and Flywheel Assemblies are a durable design to meet racing stresses and require less maintenance than the competitor’s assemblies. As far as maintenance goes all 10,000 RPM clutch and flywheel assemblies can be Factory rebuilt at a far less of a cost than purchasing a new assembly. 10,000 RPM strives hard to update and improve their racing products so the factory techs suggests that after one complete racing season the complete assembly should be sent in and inspected then can be updated to the newest and lightest available designs as a fraction of the cost.


Racing teams that have these assemblies report back to 10,000 RPM that they’re the one best improvement in their racing performance. Not only improvement off the corners but around corners also.  Follow up to with a call to 10,000 RPM, Inc for more information or see us on the web at  / 661.942.1312.









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