Originally Posted by Pro Stock John
I've watched XJer slip his clutch, don't recall the brand, a bunch of times. He's been able to slip it out longer than I thought was possible and it works and doesn't stick up.
I'd try 4000, slipping it, the gear should help you not need to slip it as much.
I have a McLeod RXT Twin Disc clutch and was launching around 5000rpm, so they can take a little bit higher RPM when it comes to riding the clutch out. But if its stock dont go anywhere near that high. It will destroy a stock clutch.