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Old 07-01-2007, 06:10 PM   #1
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I'm still new to off road and i need help here, can Mugen MBX clutch fits into GS Storm CL-1? one more question, what's the pros and Cons between aluminum and carbon clutch shoes? which one lasts longer? Thanks.
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Aluminum clutch shoes will be more abrupt in thier hit. The carbons will give a little before they grab all of the way.
If you take the clutch out and maintain them they will last about the same if you have nothing wrong with them.
You need to always clean the edges of off road clutch shoes.
Yes the Mugen clutch will fit the GS car.
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