The 700 would almost certainly be fine for you. Even an FX400 might hold if you don't track it a lot.
My thing with DXD/Southbend is they always change their model numbers/names so you never know if what you will get will actually be what someone else had success with.
Last edited by Turbo_Joe; 04-17-2012 at 08:10 AM.
I still vote twin disc, it will hold anything and everything you throw at it with room for more power.
looking at FFE's site, the FX400 is good for 600whp, just get the steel FW
tim had no problems with his clutchnet clutch in the blue car and that was beating it at the track and running many 10 second passes.
i never had a single problem out of my clutch master clutch.
everyone i've ever met has had issues with spec or southbend clutches. Just my .02 cents but if you really worried about reliability joe has it right with the just buy a twin and call it done. put it in and forget about it. everyone running the day lights out of these cars is beating them on clutch master twin discs.
so make it happen fool!
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