7.25″ OT-II Heavy Duty Metallic Racing Clutches

$730$845

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Engineered for applications that require additional heat capacity, Tilton’s 7.25″ OT-II heavy duty metallic racing clutches offer the low moment-of-inertia, high torque capacity and reliability necessary for the most demanding racing applications. Four diaphragm spring rate options offer a wide range of torque capacities and release loads to tune the clutch for the application, and the high-mass pressure plate provides additional heat capacity for severe applications.

 Applications

  • Off-Road
  • Endurance
  • Drifting
  • Other applications that require additional heat capacity

3-Plate Specifications:
Weight**: 10.6 lbs/4.8 kg
M.O.I.**: 94.6 lb-in2/.0278 kg-m2

Spring Color

Torque Capacity
(lb-ft/Nm)

Release Load*
(lbs/daN)

Orange

840/1142

560/247

"

840/1142

560/247

Gray

1020/1387

680/299

"

1020/1387

680/299

Double Gray

1140/1550

760/334

"

1140/1550

760/334

Triple Gray

1245/1693

800/352

"

1245/1693

800/352


4-Plate Specifications:
Weight**: 13.0 lbs/5.9 kg
M.O.I.**: 115.9 lb-in2/.0340 kg-m2

Spring Color

Torque Capacity
(lb-ft/Nm)

Release Load*
(lbs/daN)

Orange

1120/1314

560/247

"

1120/1314

560/247

Gray

1360/1850

680/299

"

1360/1850

680/299

Double Gray

1520/2067

760/334

"

1520/2067

760/334

Triple Gray

1660/2257

800/352

"

1660/2257

800/352


All 7.25″ heavy duty metallic clutches feature a high-ratio pressure plate.
* Values listed are typical for release bearings with the recommended 44mm 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.

Tilton offers two different styles of every clutch configuration: one designed to be compatible with a step-type flywheel, and another for pot-type (“no-step”) flywheels. Step flywheels have a .100″ step for contact with the friction material of the clutch, so clutches made for this application will have a .100″ height difference between the bottom friction disc and the end of the clutch cover legs (the mounting points). Pot flywheels don’t have this step, so the friction disc and clutch cover legs will be flush on clutches designed for them.

Step-Type vs Pot-Type - Clutch Flywheel

Tilton uses a color system for indicating the angle and weight of the clutch spring, which has an effect on release load and torque capacity for the clutch. The exact values for each color vary depending on the type of clutch, so be sure to check the Specs tab to find exact measurements.




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