Im thinking about trying a tilton 2-disk carbon-carbon clutch and wondered if anyone had any experience with them. It took my new engine 3 weeks to just flat ruin the kevlar clutch I had installed a couple years ago. Norwood says they can hook me up with a new kevlar unit that will handle the hp/torque Im making, but the solution seems to be mostly adding a lot more spring force to the pressure plate. Since this is a primarily a street car, I would prefer not to do that. The 2 disk carbon-carbon unit is supposed to be good for about 800 ft-lb torque, be as smooth and light as the stock clutch, live after slipping at up to 8000 rpm, and pretty easy and cheap to rebuild. It just sounds too good to be true, although it is pretty expensive to install. So, has anyone ever tried one?