CENTERFORCE CLUTCHES ADDS NEW TWIN DISC CLUTCH AND FLYWHEEL KIT FOR CHEVY BIG BLOCK CRATE MOTORS
The new Centerforce SST 10.4-inch Clutch kit for Chevy ZZ454 crate motors is designed to hold up to 925 ft/lb of torque for everyday use and spirited days on the track
Prescott, Ariz. (November 17, 2021) – Centerforce, a leading manufacturer of performance clutches and flywheels for classic and late model cars and trucks for over 30 years, has released its new SST (Solid Street Twin) 10.4-inch Twin Disc Clutch and Flywheel Kit that is compatible with the Chevrolet ZZ454 big block motor that features a 1-⅛-inch-26 spline transmission. The SST is a true twin-disc clutch, designed and engineered for vehicles producing up to 925 ft/lb of torque. The SST clutch system is an economical choice for streetcar enthusiasts looking for a complete high-quality twin disc clutch system. Twin disc clutches spread the torque load between the two clutch discs, offering longer clutch life, and smooth engagement. The SST also utilizes solid hubs to reduce the rotational weight on the input shaft for quick, clean shifts. The kit includes a lightened billet steel flywheel, providing low inertia that results in quicker RPM and the Centerforce anti-rattle system, which reduces floater plate noise, resulting in quieter and smoother shifting. The Centerforce SST 10.4-inch Twin Disc Clutch and Flywheel Kit (Part Number: 412615748) comes ready for installation and includes a billet steel flywheel, two discs, floater plate, pressure plate, pilot bearing, alignment tool, and ARP pressure plate and flywheel hardware. To learn more about the Centerforce SST 10.4 Twin Clutch and Flywheel Kit or other products in Centerforce’s wide range of clutches and flywheels, please visit www.Centerforce.com or call 928.771.8422.
- Comes ready for installation
- Designed specifically for Big Block Chevy
- Designed and engineered for vehicles producing up to 925 ft/lb of torque
Rick Seitz is the owner and founder of AutoCentric Media, the parent company to Timeless Muscle Magazine, and has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the magazine’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next round modifications for his own cars.