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    2010 Vantage V8 Roadster


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  1. irish07
    09-25-2017 07:27 PM
    The new AMR V8 clutch vs the GT4 clutch are not the same, as AMR explains and as you've mentioned, it's "inspired" by the GT4 clutch, meaning it's not a copy off. The GT4 clutch is a puck style while the AMR clutch is still a stg1 unit(organic material type). The puck style is really for racing use or high HP to "avoid" slippage. If your in an area that all highway, you might not have an issue with the clutch, but would stall often in traffic (even with an ASM). The AMR and Velocity twin clutches are of an organic disc, which is mainly for good all around street/light track use.

    So far I'm only aware of the AMR clutch available for manual shift vehicle, no ASM option.

    The VAP clutch is currently available for manual and ASM. So depending on which trans option you choose, will depend on if AMR unit is an option to install.

    The AMR clutch is too new, I've yet to install one or drive a car with one installed, other than brochure info, I have no other information on it.
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