Complete your new overdrive conversion with a high performance Centerforce® clutch now available at American Powertrain.
For more than 25 years Centerforce has been a leader in clutch innovation and quality. To ensure the highest level of quality, every clutch design that Centerforce offers is run through a gauntlet of testing procedures. They continually monitor and evaluate clutch-holding capacity by utilizing specific friction materials and accurate Pressure Plate clamp-load measurements. Clutch breakaway torque readings are further verified through their specially built clutch testing equipment.
Centerforce offers a wide variety of clutches for a broad array of applications for any kind of driving. And they’re always searching for new ways to marry engine and driveline through smart innovation.. Choose a clutch for the way you intend to drive most of the time.
CENTERFORCE I & II
The entry level clutch that doesn’t act like an entry level clutch — the original Centerforce I. This is stock replacement clutch for just about any application. Frustrated with your three-finger or substandard diaphragm-style clutch? The Centerforce I is exactly what you want for a better quality of life commute along with that occasional blast of power because this clutch can take it. Both affordable and reliable, the Centerforce I will outlast any factory clutch. If you can afford a stock replacement clutch, you can afford the Centerforce I. The Centerforce II is full-facing clutch employing upgraded friction materials and the weighted clutch system for maximum holding power under demanding driving conditions.
When Centerforce introduced the Dual Friction clutch, it took a good clutch and made it better via a performance matched pressure plate and disc combination. If you like high-performance driving, yet use your ride for the daily drive, Dual Friction answers the call with Centerforce’s centrifugal weight package that puts additional squeeze on the disc, pressure plate, and flywheel at higher RPM. The most popular all around clutch Centerforce has ever offered is the Dual Friction, which offers a unique two-friction surface design – one type on the flywheel side and another type on the pressure plate side for outstanding performance. Centerforce does this because each side of the clutch disc is subjected to different forces under extreme conditions. The full-face pressure plate side offers smooth engagement. The puck-style flywheel side yields a solid hook-up.
The DFX is a performance clutch for down and dirty domestic applications where good, positive engagement is a must. The DFX offers mild pedal pressure with good engagement thanks to the weighted design, which comes on strong at high rpm. The DFX offers nodular iron pressure plate rings for durability and smooth function along with tough reinforcements engineered to prevent strap failure. Although clutch function is smooth, engagement can be harsh due to the heavy duty materials used in the DFX.
Centerforce puts a different spin on the clutch with this lightweight design known as the LMC (Light Metal Clutch). The SFI approved LMC yields less rotating mass and weight, which allows your engine to rev quickly. This makes the LMC optimal for road racing and circle track applications where you need a quick response. Clutch material includes dual segmented carbon-composite frictions. Use this clutch with a Centerforce aluminum/steel flywheel combo.
Centerforce recently introduced the DYAD Drive System, which is a high-end, multi-disc clutch developed for high horsepower and high torque applications. It can take more than 750 ft/lbs of torque and do it smoothly with a light pedal for excellent control. ARP fasteners ensure this guy will stay together under the most demanding conditions.
This is the most advanced Centerforce clutch you can buy – the DYAD Drive system for high-twist, maximum torque powerhouses in the 750-1300 ft/lb range. Before you is a fully dampened, multi-disc clutch that can take a lot of punishment. With durability comes a lightweight aluminum flywheel. Expect light pedal effort, yet great hook-up when you’re on the throttle. ARP fasteners contribute to durability.