ACT Clutch Kits stand unequaled in terms of consistent pedal feel, high torque capacity, long wear life and durability. In-house manufacturing is critical in tuning components specifically to each individual application, while maintaining the predictable ACT pedal feel across the entire catalog.
ACT Heavy Duty pressure plates use exclusive diaphragm design to increase clamp load, reduce deflection and maximize clutch life. All diaphragms endure a four-stage, heat-treating process for unparalleled performance. ACT pressure plates have precision cover stampings to provide rigidity and consistency. ACT’s 6-pad spring-centered race disc features a spring-center construction to properly damp torsional vibrations and resist failure under harsh conditions. ACT spring retainers utilize wraparound spring windows and thicker retainer stampings to provide spring support, reduce stress concentrations, and increase strength and reliability. With the 6-pad spring-centered race disc engagement is harsher, but shifting is faster. The 6-pad spring-centered disc is recommended for larger clutch sizes to absorb more heat.
Monoloc is a one-piece, direct replacement or upgrade to the standard, two-piece wedge collar and wire ring featured in pull-type clutches. The spring tension of the segmented retaining ring is carefully calculated and tested for optimal performance. It provides uniform loading on the bearing and pressure plate to assure proper alignment, regardless of driver influence or vehicle modifications. Monoloc’s hardened chrome-moly steel construction will provide years of service.
- Disc Material – Ceramic
- Torque Capacity – 668ft/lbs
- Torque Capacity over OE 88%
- 9.4″ Disk
- Feel – Light to moderate pedal effort, aggressive engagement, OE to mild gear rattle, confidence during hard shifts
- Recommend use – High HP Street and Race
Included in Kit
- 6 Pad Race Sprung Disk – 6240618
- Heavy Duty Pressure Plate – SB019
- Release Bearing– RB601
- Pilot Bearing – PB1004
- Alignment Tool – AT90
- ACT Monolock Color
Recommended Break In Process
For organic street discs, ACT recommend breaking in the clutch for 300-500 miles with mild engagement, such as stop-and-go city driving prior to racing or spirited driving. ACT race discs usually only require a few hard slips to lap in the surfaces prior to normal driving or racing. Do not overheat the clutch during the break in period, as this can result in friction surfaces fusing together, hot spots, and friction surface glazing.