Exedy K-Series Hyper Single Clutch
Part Number: HH03SD
This is a new generation clutch set for up to 400 HP. High torque can be accomodated and the weight is specially lightened to lower the inertia for the clutch disc. This clutch uses a sprung hub 6 puck cerametallic disc, and the pressure plate features 1200 kg clamping force. Pedal feel is excellent. Clutch engagement is shudder free, though it is a bit on the grabby side. Clutch can be slipped, so no busted trannies if driven correctly!
Clutch kit includes pressure plate, disc, flywheel, throwout bearing, alignment tool, and pilot bushing.
3 reviews for Exedy K-Series Hyper Single Clutch
3.6666666666666665 out of 5.0
10/17/2011 by Clean DC5
smaller/thinner disc material=lower inertia, therefore quicker, easier shifting.
smaller/thinner disc material=lower inertia, therefore quicker, easier shifting. That's what is advertised on Exedy's web site. So, expect shorter life out of it, and expect to do clutch jobs more often. I'm going on my 3rd disc now, same PP & flywheel. About $150 for another disc. What I love is how easy/fast it is to shift, pedal feel is near stock, yet it holds twice the holding torque of OEM, like a stage 3 or 4 would. It's hard to find a clutch that feels near stock, shifts faster, holds much more, and isn't a dual clutch setup. For the money, it's a good balance. Learn to do your own clutch job, and it's worth it. My favorite single plate clutch hands down.
11/21/2009 by siborg
great clutch, loving the engagement. can be drivin in traffic without chattering and really grabs when slammin gears. Cant beat the great price clubrsx is offring it at either;)
3/21/2009 by Rob Mix
Bad day at the track!
To start my built k24 is puting down 263Whp and 205Wtq. I am using this single plate hyper clutch. I have about 1500 miles on it and made 3 passes at the track tonight, by by 4th gear the clutch was slipping bad, and the clutch pressure is garbage now. it used feel like a stg3 clutch now it feels like a stage1 cable.....I am very disapointed in this clutch since it couldnt even hold up for 2000 miles let alone the life of the motor. For the first 1,000 miles it had good pedal feel and held strong, i drove it from st.paul, MN to Killeen,TX. What happened EXEDY? I highly recomend NO-ONE buys this clutch.