XClutch Hyundai Veloster N 7.25" Sprung Ceramic Motorsport Clutch

XClutch Hyundai Veloster N 7.25" Sprung Ceramic Motorsport Clutch

The Hyundai Veloster N 7.25” sprung ceramic twin disc clutch from XClutch is developed specifically for motorsport applications. The kit comes complete with lightweight pressure plate, performance flywheel, 2x ceramic friction discs with sprung hub, hydraulic release bearing, bolts & metal alignment tool. The kit offers a 900 ft.lb torque capacity. xclutchusa.com

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