Proper use of disc
Clutch is the important part which is used for better performance in the racing cars. It is also used in the normal cars. The functionality and characteristics of the clutch changes according to the car. The Sachs clutch was developed on demand of the car drivers as they wanted a good quality clutch which gives a good performance. Some of the Sachs clutch kit component includes diaphragm spring, clutch disc, flywheel, etc.
The number of disc used in the clutch depends on the car type. There are 4 discs used; 1, 2, 3 and 4 disc. Clutch disc help in maintaining the heat of the clutch. If more number of clutch discs are used then more engine torque is transferred to the clutch. The more number of disc used gives you with the greater heat capacity of clutch. A 2 disc clutch is the double transmittable engine torque one. Usually the engine clutch is developed the clamp load uses the diaphragm spring. The strong spring can get you more engine torque and it is transmitted by the clutch. If you want to create the clutch the release load is to be applied by the car drive. The more release load can make it more difficult to operate the clutch.
Wear of clutch disc
The Sachs performance clutch is most effectively used in the racing cars. The wear range is able to cover the wear of the clutch disc. The clutch is designed with the certain wear range and within that range the engine torque is to be transmitted carefully. If the clutch plate is sued for the period more than the wear range explained then the torque capacity will decrease and the clutch will start to slip. It is ensured that all the material used by Sachs uses quality materials which make the quality clutch.