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Carbonetic Clutch Give Away - Make It Rain Parts

Charles Trieu
Jun 12, 2013

A few months ago we got Dai Yoshihara to donate a set of wheels to one of our lucky readers. Last month we gave away a bunch of our 2013 calendars for free. It seems like we got the attention of other companies, and the prizes are getting better.

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This month we're going to give away not one, but four clutches from Carbonetic. Known as ATS in Japan, Carbonetic makes some of the best carbon clutches and diffs coming out of Japan. Their new Blade clutch kit is the perfect setup for a street car making under 450 whp. It's a direct OEM replacement clutch kit that bolts in and feels like a factory stock clutch while biting that much better to your flywheel and transferring more horsepower to your transmission and wheels. The Blade clutch is pretty much designed for low budget race cars/daily drivers, which is the majority of our readers.

OK, this is how it's going to work. Go to Carbonetic's U.S. website and find out what year they started. Email us your answer at with "Carbonetic Clutch" in the subject line. Also, tell us what kind of car you drive. We were given four clutch kits (Honda B-Series, Subaru EJ, Mitsubishi Evo, and Nissan SR20DET), so make sure you tell us which car you have. Out of all the correct answers, we will randomly select one winner for each clutch. So don't forget to tell us which car you have, and make sure it's one of those four! Contest ends April 30, 2013.

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Your Robin Hood again this month,

Charles Trieu
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