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Old 08-21-2013, 02:15 PM   #26
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Old 08-21-2013, 02:18 PM   #27
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OP if you do your homework I think you will find going with the Street Slayer will meet all your goals and give you proven performance.Theres not a clutch we havnt replaced in the new Camaro,some a lot more than others... If I can help you out please give me a call,it is cheaper to buy the right clutch the first time and with our rebuild program we are the cheapest as well!
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Old 08-21-2013, 04:15 PM   #28
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RXT will be great in your car. Let me know if you want a good price installed on one.
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Old 08-21-2013, 04:46 PM   #29
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Im sure the street slayer is great but i can buy 2 mantic er2 for the price and no bad reviews about them either.
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Old 08-21-2013, 10:53 PM   #31
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Im sure the street slayer is great but i can buy 2 mantic er2 for the price and no bad reviews about them either.
I don't really think you can compare a single to a twin,we have singles for less than $500. I just wouldn't build a single for the new Camaro,the stock system isn't up to the task of a heavy clamp load preasure plate.Also with the Street Slayer twin it will outlast a single by a good bit and with the twin being rebuildable and the single not you can see that actually you would save the most with the twin Street Slayer.
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Old 08-22-2013, 08:32 PM   #32
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Ram twin disk!! Think it was called 10.5 "r" the r is the netter compound. I am very impressed and I'm not scared to beat on it. Had it 2 years, 2 trans and 3 rear ends lol
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Im sure the street slayer is great but i can buy 2 mantic er2 for the price and no bad reviews about them either.
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There is NO comparison as already stated, The Slayer Twin Carbon is well worth the money, and rebuild able for a few hundred dollars I believe.
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I paid $1400 for my RXT twin disc clutch and flywheel... I put over 70 passes on it and almost 8k miles... it out lasted my motor haha... and a rebuild costs about $500-700 depending on what you get. That's a winner for me.

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Old 08-23-2013, 01:11 PM   #36
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Had the stock clutch no problems @540 rwhp/513rwtq, 10k miles 50 1/4 miles passes, went to an aftermarket "high performance" single disk clutch that shall remain nameless, blew the center section out of it in Houston two years ago on the 3-4 shift, clutch had 2500 break in miles on it before going to strip, blew it apart on 3rd run (not even hot lapping), went with the LS9, 20k miles, 25+ 1/4 mile passes, no issues. Go with who you feel will give you the best for your application and will support it.
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i know alot of ppl dont like the monster singles but what few ive seen have been pretty good clutches. also mantic or rxt or street slayer. . the street slayer is probably the best clutch out . a friend of mine has the triple and he said it was just awesome. he had like 4 clutchs in his car . but he love that one. but the mantic and monster would be the singles i would go with . if u got the cash rxt or street slayer.
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Old 08-24-2013, 07:50 PM   #39
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Mantic.

Either the ER2 ... Or better still the twin plate.

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its not cheap, but I love the feel of my mantic 9000

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Sadly the suitcase ins't nearly as tough as the clutch. The rivets on the hinges on mine came apart. Too bad because it was really a nice gun case.
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we have used pretty much used all the clutches listed. We only sell the Mantic's and Mcleods at this point, and the RPS's (streetslayers) on a case by case basis. The Ram is also a strong reliable clutch, but unless they have changed their original design the floater plate is loud and obnoxious when the clutch is depressed. I say this not from a salesman stand point, but from a stand out of I am personally trashed on all these clutches in my cars with big power, and so have my customers.
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we have used pretty much used all the clutches listed. We only sell the Mantic's and Mcleods at this point, and the RPS's (streetslayers) on a case by case basis. The Ram is also a strong reliable clutch, but unless they have changed their original design the floater plate is loud and obnoxious when the clutch is depressed. I say this not from a salesman stand point, but from a stand out of I am personally trashed on all these clutches in my cars with big power, and so have my customers.
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we have used pretty much used all the clutches listed. We only sell the Mantic's and Mcleods at this point, and the RPS's (streetslayers) on a case by case basis. The Ram is also a strong reliable clutch, but unless they have changed their original design the floater plate is loud and obnoxious when the clutch is depressed. I say this not from a salesman stand point, but from a stand out of I am personally trashed on all these clutches in my cars with big power, and so have my customers.
I've installed, driven, and messed with a ton of clutches. I 100% agree with CMS. Mantic if you have the money, if not RXT is good for a bit less.
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So torn between mantic er2 for around $750 or rxt for around $950. From what i understand the rxt uses the stock flywheel and er2 comes with one?
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So torn between mantic er2 for around $750 or rxt for around $950. From what i understand the rxt uses the stock flywheel and er2 comes with one?
Love my RXT that CMS installed, feels just like stock except it can hold 1000+HP
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So torn between mantic er2 for around $750 or rxt for around $950. From what i understand the rxt uses the stock flywheel and er2 comes with one?
ER2 was recommended to me by Mantic in Australia when I was running 585rwhp. They said it was the perfect clutch for around 600rwhp. The dual friction clutch plate design and grooved high carbon steel pressure plate give it exceptional torque handling and heat dispersion for a single plate.

I reached out to them again when I started my engine rebuild and they said to definitely go for the 9000 Twin Plate Series.

My point is this ... if you think you'll stay at your existing power level, then the ER2 will do you fine. If you think there's a chance you'll add 50 to 100 hp over the life of the clutch, then go straight for the twin plate.

The 9000 series has the same pedal response as a stock clutch and handles big power.
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So torn between mantic er2 for around $750 or rxt for around $950. From what i understand the rxt uses the stock flywheel and er2 comes with one?
Please don't use your stock flywheel,its very dangerous...Since you have a supercharger you need a good twin.I would love to help you out but please get a kit that comes with a billit flywheel..
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