SPEC 289/302 Stage 1 Clutch Kit 1965-1973

SPEC Clutch: SF951
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SPEC 289/302 Stage 1 Clutch Kit 1965-1973
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Product Description

SPEC Stage 1 Clutch Kit for 1965-1973 289/302 Mustangs.

Average torque capacity of 410 ft. lbs.

For bolt on naturally aspirated and mildly modified forced induction engines. Stock-like daily drivability and very good wear characteristics.

High clamp pressure plate, steel-backed and multi-compound woven organic material and high torque sprung hub and disc assembly, bearing and tool kit.

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Hi will this fit my 302 Ho windsor V8 with orignal fly wheel and 3 speedgearbox .clutch coming off is the original clutch with the 3 large fingers on the cover and 10 spline 10inch clutch plate thanks Dave .If no the could you suggest which kit please

Asked by: mopardave
This is a 10 spline 10 inch clutch so it should work on your application.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-10-18

Will this work a T-5 transmission conversion and do I need to replace the brass pilot bushing with a roller type bearing?

Asked by: Luis Angel
It depends on the bell housing you are using, if you are using a t-5 bell housing than you would want to use a 86-99 10.5 inch clutch, an early style bell housing you can use the SF951 clutch. In either case you will want to use a roller bearing instead of a bushing.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-09

What is the pedal effort? I have a 3200 pound from the 70's in the car now, would like a closer to stock effort. Is it a long style or diaphragm as pictured?

Asked by: Bill again
Stage 1 Spec Clutches always retain a stock pedal effort.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-02-02
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