Reviewed By Jim M (Cleburne, TX) Reviewed for a 1991 Jeep Cherokee —2/18/2015 5:20 AM
It's amazing how such a small piece can cause such an issue when you are pressed for time during the installation. Otherwise, good part.
Reviewed By Ryan M (Columbia, SC) Reviewed for a 2005 Honda S2000 —2/5/2015 6:52 AM
I Installed this in a 2005 S2000 and it is a great improvement over the stock plate. This is the second ACT HD plate I have used and the previous was just as impressive. The pedal feel is noticeably stiffer, but not to the point of it being too heavy. Compared to the soft factory plate, this feels more solid. Claims have been made that the stock disc with this plate can handle close to 500HP in the S2000. From what I can tell I would have to say it is likely.
Reviewed By Martin B (Montague, NJ) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Silverado —12/17/2014 5:25 AM
Nice cover, holds 3 quarts oil, stock cover with locker rear was only about 50 ozs. Oil should stay cooler as I tow a lot in the mountains. Only negative is the bracket that holds the brake lines would not fit new cover without grinding much of it off. bracket for parking brake doesn't fit either.
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