ScienceofSpeed NSX Clutch Guide
A popular question we receive is what clutch is best for my NSX?
ScienceofSpeed offers five clutch options - each ideally suited for a particular application. The clutches below are listed in order of torque capacity.
|up to 275 lb/ft||up to 350 lb/ft||up to 425 lb/ft||up to 500 lb/ft||up to 700 lb/ft|
|Wheel Horsepower Capacity||up to 350 whp||up to 450 whp||up to 550 whp||up to 600 whp||up to 800 whp||approx 300 whp||approx 300 whp|
|Engagement quality||Like factory.||Like factory - some pedal vibration when shifting from factory damper removal.||Very smooth similar to factory.||Slightly sharper than factory although still very smooth for a high horsepower clutch.||Some shudder will be felt when engaged from a stop.|
|Pedal effort||Like factory.||+10% over factory.||+20% over factory.||+10% over factory.||+10% over factory.|
|Application||Factory powered or mild superchargers up to 350 whp.||Higher power supercharged or mild turbocharged engines up to 450 whp.||Higher horsepower turbocharged engines up to 525 whp.||Higher horsepower turbocharged engines up to 600 whp.||Highest horsepower track driven turbocharged engines. Street-driveable however street driving can reduce clutch life.|
|Weight||25.2 lbs||25.2 lbs||29.4 lbs||25.4 lbs||24.5 lbs||36 lbs||44 lbs|
(including bearing kit)
|Notes||1997-2005 NSX requires NSX-R input shaft|