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Old 08-30-2021, 12:36 PM   #16 (permalink)
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This is just example, SO choose your size and material.

https://www.designengineering.com/he...0-5-1-25-x-36/
Thank you! After your post, I noticed that they sell a few variations on Amazon as well.
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That is what I have on mine.
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Old 08-31-2021, 12:42 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Thank you! After your post, I noticed that they sell a few variations on Amazon as well.

Your welcome. I just use the aluminum one with velcro, cut to length, and wrapped snug all the way to fittings with tie-wraps. You can use steel clamps.

this: https://www.designengineering.com/he...oud-0-75-x-36/

I think we need 5/8 ID. They only have 1/2" or 3/4". The .5 inch is too small..

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Just to add my .02. Using Valvoline DOT4 Fluid. No issues with my spirited driving, clutch feel is solid, at WOT. Changed about 4 months ago. Should be noted I have heat insulation as well.

Been waiting for temps to drop a bit to go to the drag strip. That'll be the real test of how well this fluid will hold up to high temps. If I experience any sponge I'll be upgrading to MOTUL
Welp, got to go the track last Friday. Clutch fluid boiled like a mofo trying to hold revs at the tree or do a burnout before clutch stuck to the floor going into 2nd, pulled it up with my foot and babied it to the line with a 22.02

Smelled bad, checked reservoir, fluid was clear and full

Last 2 runs of the night I left on idle and no burn out. 2.2 crap 60fts Clutch was fine. Ran a 13.6 @106 and then a 13.4 @ 106 and it was hot lapped.

I sure would like to hold my revs at 2.5 to 3k and rip out of the hole without boiling the fluid. These leave on idle 2.2 60fts aren't going to help me touch 12's. I need to be able to launch this fuqr.

Guess a SS line and some Motul RBF 600 is next.
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For anyone curious here are the slips. I'm car 58.
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