Exedy clutches for tuned Hondas come in a variety of designs. Most clutch sets are supplied with pressure group, clutch plate release bearing, top bearing and centering pin.
Which Exedy link?
Exedy supplies clutches for your Honda in various stages. Stage 1 is suitable for street use. Stage 2 is suitable for street and track use.
Stage 1 is supplied by Exedy with an organic clutch plate. These materials provide maximum resistance to slipping and cracking. The stage 1 clutch with organic plate can also be used when you have tuned the Honda. The driving experience remains comparable to the original clutch, the pedal does feel a bit heavier due to the higher clamping load.
The heart of the Exedy organic clutch is equipped with springs that reduce shocks on the drivetrain.
Stage 2 features a cerametallic clutch specifically designed to handle the power of high performance engines. This special friction material can handle much more power than the original without slipping or fading.
Also the stage 2 clutches from Exedy featured a spring loaded heart.
The clutch disc is a three or four puck design with good heat capacity and durability.
Exedy Hyper Single Series
Exedy Hyper Single Series clutches are for moderately optimized cars that do not require a Multi-plate clutch.
All Hyper Single clutches come with a steel flywheel and 6 pucks plate. The flywheel can be compared to a light metal flywheel and offers the same benefits.
The higher clamping load offered by the Hyper Single clutch ensures that it can handle approximately twice as much torque as an original clutch and higher than other single disc clutches .
Exedy flywheels are a nice addition to the Honda clutch sets. Due to the (almost) halved weight, these flywheels offer many advantages in terms of performance. Do you want to know exactly what an alloy flywheel can do for your Honda? Then read at the bottom of the page in the category ‘Honda alloy flywheels’.