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The NV5600 six speed from New Venture replaced the previous model NV4500 in order to deliver truck owners an extra gear for cruising and a tighter gear pattern for heavy towing. While the NV5600 was arguably a reliable transmission, as heavy towing, miles, and added power increase, they are definitely prone to fail. For those of you who demand more from your Cummins and like to push it to the limit sometimes, this is the clutch for you, rated at a whopping 2,000 foot pounds of torque due to its dual ceramic disc build and machined aluminum cover. But for those that still daily drive, no worries, with a diaphragm style pressure plate and single sprung disc, you'll get plenty of out of this bad boy.
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
FEATURES & BENEFITS:
- Twin Disc (one sprung six puck ceramic disc and one six puck rigid ceramic disc)
- Rated up to 2000 ft/lbs of torque
- Aftermarket master / slave cylinder hydraulics are not necessary - because the entire assembly features the same overall depth as the factory clutch, you will not require adjustable hydraulics to change the throw
- No "floater" plate - by utilizing a unique strapped midplate, Clutch Masters' dual discs do not rattle, which is common from most alternative dual discs on the market
- Machined pressure plate - instead of using a stamped pressure plate, Clutch Masters machines their pressure plate from aluminum, which causes a 90% reduction in pressure plate flex, meaning you get consistent apply pressure
- Positive release and minimal increase in pedal effort
- Average weight of the entire assembly is 10% lighter than OEM to prevent excessive chatter and gear rattle.
- Aluminum Cover Assembly with attached Diaphragm
- Pressure Plate Ring
- Two Discs (Ceramic)
- One Mid Plate
- Billet Steel Flywheel
- Release Bearing
- Clutch Fork, pivot ball, and clip
- Pilot Bearing
- Pressure Plate Bolts
- ManufacturerClutch Masters
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Marcus Cannon 11/21/18
Light weight speed shifting demon of a clutch
This clutch is great. I came from a dual disc valair and had zero complaints about that. I decided to go with this new clutchmasters because of it's weight. A standard valair or South bend dual disc is close to 125# .. this clutchmasters comes in at a puny 62# . And you can definitely tell just by how the truck starts . They package it extremely well in three separate boxes. Install is easy . Upon first drive it engaged nice and smooth. As time goes on it gets more aggressive. Street manners arnt that great , but it's also not a street clutch ... My truck sees 2500 miles per month and none of them are easy miles. Does 4th gear boosted launches with ease . Chirps the tires between every gear . I tow with it too. it can a bare to get into gear from a dead stop though and backing up with a trailer is in 4 low to aid in the agressive nature. It is essentially an on off switch lol. Shifting speeds have improved as well. Especially with my Hurst short throw. All in all a great clutch and I look forward to clutchmasters future in the diesel world.
Thanks so much for the great, thorough review. That's one thing many people don't think about, rotational mass. Anytime you can reduce the overall weight of the clutch and flywheel assembly, shifting becomes substantially easier and faster.
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