Depends on what you want to do with the car later on. Most popular replacement is the ACT stage II clutch, followed my the Centerforce Dual Friction design. Both of these will hold more power than the stock clutch, useful if you are planning on upgrading the power.
when its time for me to put in a new clutch, ACT stage 2 will more than likely get the nod.
however someone posted that they had a "monster grab" from beck/arnley that holds up with nos and bolt-ons. they said it grabs very well. said it was like $160 from NAPA. worth lookin into if you ask me.
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