As most of you know, I have tried almost every clutch made for a Mustang at one time or another. The fact of the matter is if you try to take a high HP stick car and put it on slicks, you better have a clutch capable of handling the abuse. Now if you are running drag radials or drive like someones mom, you may be ok. The last time my clutch failed I was out to get the best money could buy and would settle for nothing second rate. All fingers pointed to Mcleod and there twin-disk setup. This clutch is designed for the guy who wants a clutch that is managable on the street and will last more than 100 miles. After talking to others and also asking Mcleod about their problems with the twin disk in the past, they assured me the clutch was redesigned and worked perfect. The exact words out of their mouth is that the clutch would not stick to the floor on high rpm cars like it had in the past. Well guess what mine did? That's right, it stuck to the floor on a 7000rpm shift and now the car will not hardly even go into gear. The clutch did hold, and never showed any signs of fatigue or slipping, but with it sticking to the floor it might has well had slipped or whatever. I am calling them today to explain what happened and see what they are willing to do.