Break in Period:
Break in period should be that of 500 miles of city type driving, double the break in period for highway driving. No aggressive driving. No hole shots or drag launches. Gear changes should be made at 4,000 RPM or less. No speed shifting.
If you drive a Mustang, more than likely it is equipped with some sort of manual transmission. Because of the widespread popularity of the Mustang & the sheer number of cars produced, the aftermarket is teeming with multiple choices in parts replacement, & this is especially true in the clutch department. Che... more
Posted on 8/5/2011
Installing a new clutch assembly can be a frightening idea to some, but with this simple how-to, we will show you how. Installation time can vary depending on your skill level, but can be done in your driveway in a few hours. If this is your daily driver you need to be prepared with the new parts to go on to your Must... more
Posted on 2/13/2015
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