Re: Highlifter clutch kits question.
There is a elevation listed because of how an engine characteristic changes the higher you go. Any Naturally Aspirated engine looses horsepower as the air gets thinner. The higher you go, the less power you make. This means the clutching must be more aggressive to keep the same amount of torque available at the tires.
At lower elevations the engine horsepower is more, so less aggressive clutching is required to reach the same amount of torque at the tires.
Now this does not mean you can't use a high elevation clutch kit at lower elevations....or vise versa. You can use what you want. It's not going to hurt anything.
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