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Tilton Engineering invented the carbon/carbon racing clutchand patented the drive systemin the mid-80s. It was the first carbon/carbon clutch ever to win a Formula One Grand Prix (Ayrton Sennas Lotus-Honda at the 1980 US Grand Prix in Detroit). Since then, Tilton OT-Series carbon/carbon clutches have been continually refined to be the best carbon clutches on the market. They have seen multiple victories in races worldwide, from the 24 Hours of Le Mans to the Baja 1000.
Utilizing the experience Tilton has gained over the last twenty-plus years, OT-Series have evolved to be second to none in quality. Each is built using the finest materials, the latest in manufacturing processes and is held to strict quality control standards. As part of their build process, OT-Series carbon/carbon clutches are rigorously tested and documented before being delivered to the customer.
Tiltons 7.25″ 3-plate carbon OT-II racing clutch offers a unique combination of extremely low inertia, high torque capacity, high heat capacity and smooth engagement characteristics. Because of these features, they can be used in road racing, endurance racing, off-road and high-performance street applications. The carbon matrix plates (driven and floater) do not warp from heat, providing consistent shifting and minimizing heat-related clutch failures. The smooth engagement characteristics of the carbon plates provide good drivability and reduce shock to other driveline components. Through the use of additional pressure plates (shims) and periodic rebuilds, OT-Series carbon/carbon clutches offer a long life option.
|Torque Capacity||Release Load*||Weight**||M.O.I.**||Pressure Plate||Flywheel||Part number|
Note: "Step-type" flywheels have a .100" step for the clutch´s friction surface.
* Values listed are typical for release bearings with the recommended 38 mm contact diameter. Larger contact diameters will increase release load.
** Weight and M.O.I. include pressure plate, carbon floater plates, carbon discs and steel hub, and may vary based on your particular spline.