Clutch Masters Custom Titan Toyota Supra MKIV 6 Puck Clutch 93-02 Ultimate Single Disc
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Fits aftermarket and factory dual mass flywheels. Rated at 620 ft lbs, capable of more!
Supra owners are always on the look out for a cost effective single disc clutch that does not have pedal pressure that requires you to be like Arnold. It should also have a disc design that holds the power, engages and disengages well and has excellent quality and support.
We are proud to bring you the Clutch Masters custom Supra Clutch, designed for us and one other supplier. This is not a standard CM clutch you can buy off the shelf, but a 6 puck design is built around a full face style disc design and incorporates a new updated pressure plate the design that eliminates any crank walk issues, left leg cramp issues from having a stiff pedal and allows enough clamping force to be daily driven and hold 800 wheel horsepower.
Fits all 1993-2002 Supra 6 speeds for both the V160 and V161 transmissions. Comes complete with a pressure plate, disc, throw out bearing and alignment tool.
Works with either an aftermarket or factory flywheel.
Today thanks to Clutch Masters increased holding pressure does not necessarily mean increased pedal pressure and the problems that can accompany it. By re-engineering the leverage or fulcrum point on the pressure plate through their Hi-Leverage technique Clutch Masters has increased clamping power often without changing pedal pressure.
Excessively increased pedal pressure as found in many of today's traditional high performance clutches places an unsafe amount of pressure on the delicate crankshaft thrust bearing found in most sport compact automobiles (including 2JZ's).
Placing undue stress on the thrust bearing typically causes the bearing to wear prematurely or fail altogether. This failure can lead to catastrophic internal engine damage. While there is no definitive proof that crank walk due to thrust bearing failure is directly associated to higher pedal pressure clutches, empirical data leads one in that direction. This redesign helps minimize these issues.
A clutch simply put is a friction device that disengages and engages the engine from the transmission to allow for transition from motionless to movement and for gear changes. For street applications a smooth transition of power is essential while still being able to transfer all the power of the engine to the transmission.
As power output of engines increase and demands on clutches become greater - for example high performance street or racing cars - the holding and clamping capacity of a clutch also must increase. This is where Clutch Masters innovative engineering comes into play.
If this is the first clutch replacement you have done, you should consider the Toyota install kit, so all your clips and bolts are replaced as well. It is available below as an accessory and is all from genuine Toyota parts.
On the Supra Getrag 6-speed equipped cars, Toyota for safety purposes has fitted the car with a clutch engagement switch. We recommend disconnecting this switch, which will allow the car to be started without the clutch pedal depressed (engaging switch). Why is this recommended? The added force exerted on the crankshaft especially during cold start where minimal oil pressure is greatest, can contribute to thrust bearing failure.
Locating the clutch engagement switch is simple. If you follow your clutch pedal up under the dash you will see where there is a simple switch that is only activated when the clutch pedal is completely depressed. If you disconnect this switch, the circuit is defeated and you can now start the car in neutral without the clutch pedal being depressed. Please note that you do this at the risk of now being able to start the car in any gear as the switch is by-passed.