ACS says these hydraulics are revolutionising the conversion market

Xtreme Clutch’s new range of universal concentric slave cylinders (CSC) are proving to be popular in the tuning and performance industry, particularly with vehicle owners looking to make an engine or transmission conversion.
The innovative new design hit the market after the USA based SEMA show in 2021 and has fulfilled the performance brand’s ambition of providing a unique solution to the market.
The CSC was designed in-house at Australian Clutch Services (ACS), the parent company of the Xtreme Clutch brand, and incorporates a billet 6061 alloy housing, high quality EPDM rubber seals and a threaded adjustment sleeve (where required) for universal applications.
The CSC has been developed to work with a range of different bearings and is ideal for motorsport applications or where a custom clutch solution is required. The new CSCs are also compatible with all high-quality brake fluids.
“One of the main goals for our universal concentric slave cylinders was to provide the most universal design with adjustability for a wide range of applications, especially for customers who required different mounting options and heights for specialised engine and transmission conversions,” ACS Engineering Manager, Stewart Furze, said.
“This particular design essentially replaces countless performance concentric slave cylinders already on the market for this type of application and has been extensively tested in vehicles throughout Australia, the US and Europe.
“With ease of installation and setup, these CSCs have become a popular choice with specialist workshops and we are now incorporating these into our custom conversion kits where required.”
Xtreme Clutch is a specialist in custom clutch conversions and regularly develops customised clutch kits for vehicle owners that are replacing engines or transmissions.
It is this experience and expertise that has helped to create the ideal hydraulic solution for these applications, says ACS.
“We are developing custom clutch kits almost daily and we have gained a great deal of experience on what customers are looking for in their clutch setups,” Stewart said.
“Whether it is for a purpose built race car with a sequential aftermarket transmission or a simple 4×4 transmission conversion from a later model, we have integrated the knowledge gained through hundreds of conversions into this concentric slave cylinder so the technician has ease of setup and installation whilst offering the performance required for these kinds of applications.”
Xtreme Clutch has published an online PDF explaining the different CSC configurations as well as technical data on its website. It has also developed a video looking at the features and benefits of these new CSCs.

For more information, please visit www.xtremeclutch.com.au