Tilton 2 disc Cerametallic Clutch Kit Mitsubishi EVO IV-VIII
Tilton Cerametallic clutch packages were engineered for track and extreme street applications. The cerametallic discs can withstand increased abuse when compared to organic-type discs, such as harded shifting typically seen at open track days and higher temperatures generated when the clutch is slipped excessively to get a good launch.
The flywheel included in the packages has been engineered to have a compromised weight/inertia that provided increased performance (faster engine acceleration) and good drivability (reduced bogging).
Also included with each clutch package is a hydraulic release bearing (HRB) that mounts inside the bellhousing and replaces the stock slave cylinder/fork arm release bearing mechanism. The HRB provides quick shifting, low pedal effort and self-adjusts for clutch wear.
Weight (clutch & flywheel): 19.1 lbs
Torque capacity: 600 lb-ft
Tilton produces a wide range of driveline and brake components, in-cockpit controls and starter motors. Driveline components include clutches, flywheels, bellhousings and hydraulic release bearings. Brake components and in-cockpit controls include pedal assemblies, master cylinders, balance bars, proportioning valves and related accessories. Super Starters by Tilton were introduced in 1981 as the first high torque mini-starter for racing applications.
Tilton products are primarily designed for racing use and can be found worldwide in nearly every form of racing. Tilton continues to expand its offerings to includes products for the high-performance street market.
Tilton Engineering believes that having Engineering, Manufacturing and Quality Control within the same building is the best way to insure the highest quality products are delivered to customers. Our products are designed by experienced engineers, who understand the needs of racers, using the latest solid modeling CAD and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) software. 90% of our machined components are manufactured at our facility in Buellton, California using top-level equipment, including a Toyoda Horizontal Milling Center (HMC) and Mori Seike lathes. After machining, products are quality checked using Browne and Sharpe Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) and tested using proprietary equipment.