SRC says that the limit on the clutch plates combined stack is less then the distance from the hub to the pressure plate so your clutch 25% of its life...his fix is to add an additional metal plate at the beginning of the stack so that it will only start to slip once the plates are AT their service limit instead of when they have 25% or more life left. My clutch is gone after 1000-1500 miles of non abuse other then pullin my fatass around... I am gonna give it a try and wanted to know if anybody else has tried it. "In order to maximize clutch service life, the gap between the pressure plate and inner hub must be reduced at least to the claimed service limits of fiber discs. The stack height for fibers discs at the service limit would be 28.5 mm. The gap on the OEM pressure plate and inner hub is 29.6 mm. One obvious and advantageous way to reduce the gap is addition of another smooth plate (Photo 27). This reduces the gap to 28.3 mm which is below the wear limit of the fiber discs. This addition increases the spring compression from 0.718" to 0.817" which raises total spring pressure from 209 lbs. to 238.5 lbs. It is almost as if this extra disc was designed into this clutch then inadvertently left out when the final bill of material was produced."