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    Default Clutch Spec That Matters

    I can only find one clutch manufacturer that specifies moment of inertia.

    AP Racing

    https://www.apracing.com/product_det...r_in'.aspx


    (thought of the day: dark matter matters)
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    0.017689Kgm²

    Is that good?

    They also publish release loads, (Heh, heh, he said loads) setup heights and torque capacity.

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