D1NZ Champion uses Xtreme Clutch

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D1NZ Champion uses Xtreme Clutch

Xtreme-Clutch sponsored driver Daniel ‘Fanga Dan’ Woolhouse (Castrol Edge Holden Commodore V8) recently won the 2012/2013 Cody’s D1NZ national drifting championship.
On a weekend where the stakes were high, and after some engine and diff issues, Dan came out on the Sunday to clinch the top qualifying spot in front of close friend ‘Mad Mike’ Whiddett (Red Bull/Speedhunters Mazda RX7) with only half a point separating them after the qualifying session.
Dan then went on to beat fellow Xtreme-sponsored Gaz Whiter (Tectaloy Nissan S14 V8) in the top four before meeting defending Cody’s D1NZ series champion Curt Whittaker who was the only other threat to his championship hopes. With a close win Dan managed to claim not only his third round win for the season but his second title in eight years. More details are available in the motorsport section on page 36.
ClutchPro DMF repair solutions
Keeping the smooth feel and response of a new car is now an option according to ClutchPro.
The company says it offers the largest range of dual mass flywheels (DMF) available in New Zealand through exclusive distributor BNT.
The ClutchPro kits are available for a wide range of applications, including passenger cars, 4WD and light commercial vehicles.
In recent times, ClutchPro says that dual mass flywheels (DMF) were often spoken about in hushed tones because it an expensive and misunderstood product, often the domain of luxury and high-end European models.
This is no longer the case, according to ClutchPro. With more than 70 percent of new vehicles equipped with a DMF, the need for well-priced replacement solution can no longer be ignored.
ClutchPro says its range of dual mass flywheel repair solutions  is designed to suit Australian, Japanese, European vehicles and other imported vehicles at a competitive price.
ClutchPro also offers a range of 600 series kits which contain all the components needed to perform a complete clutch replacement.
The kit includes the clutch cover, clutch disc, DMF and concentric slave cylinder; allowing customer vehicles to have that “new car feeling” back.
Replacing a DMF doesn’t have to be complicated says ClutchPro with its extensive DMF range, and specific training, Dual Mass Flywheel repair has never been easier.
Visit the new Xtreme Clutch website at     www.xtremeclutch.com.au for photos and information on the Xtreme team of drivers. For any enquiries on Xtreme clutch or ClutchPro DMF solutions please contact the nearest BNT Branch.

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