Conventional back to back type sintered plate, the most commonly used type of sintered plate.Sintered drive plate: A thin layer of metallic friction material which is sintered directly onto a steel disc. A sintered clutch assembly is primarily used for circuit race applications. The advantages include low inertia (resulting in faster engine response and gear changes) from a lightweight and compact installation when compared with a cerametallic clutch assembly. Sintered clutches do not suit applications where a degree of clutch slip is required (such as rallying, hill climbing, etc).
Spline: 24mm x 21T
Typical application: Renault and Toyota
Thickness (new): 2.63mm
Minimum thickness: 2.25mm
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