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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2018 7:00 pm 
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It’s tarmac stage rallying (Minisport Cup).
I used an orange cover last season and suffered from clutch overheating due to slipping particularly on fast starts. This season using grey that has been much better. (Until I put the car sideways into a bridge parapet that is)
The plate is AP Racing organic version. I understand the paddle/ceramic plates would be too sudden for the variable terrain in rallying and frequent changes we have to make. I’ve never used one but it seems to make sense.

Here’s the AP torque specification for the various covers (currently all NLA)
CP2074 Family Nm (lbft)
- CP2084-31 = 103 (76). Orange
- CP2084-32 = 161 (119). Grey
- CP2084-42 = 183 (135). Double Grey

When I saw this data my issues last season made sense as my engine produces well over 76 lbft

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