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What mrsaturn said, don't waste time and money on 15 or 30% stiffer springs, go with 6x 60, if it's too much (never heard that yet) you can just use 3x 60% springs. Stock lifter plate is fine, used it from stock to BBK on different engines with 6x 60% springs, never had a problem.
 

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The above posters are correct. Head to the 60% springs. Still very easy to pull in the clutch. Stock plate will be fine, unless you are a ham fisted operator or installer.

Tighten down the springs a couple turns at a time, going around the circle.
 

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I started a new thread to address what I believe is a misconception about the EBC clutch springs. I don’t believe the EBC springs are any stiffer than stock, therefore you definitely don’t need a billet clutch lifter plate, because you are not adding any additional stress. I think they are 15% “stronger”, not 15% “stiffer”. Maybe I’m wrong, but I welcome everyone else’s thoughts about this.


If you were to install 60% stiffer springs, then I would say go ahead and install a stronger billet clutch lifter plate too.
 
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