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I have a 1999 355 F1 Spider.

I have a 1999 355 F1 Spider. My question is in regards to clutch material and performance when in use with the F1 system. I have recently tracked down a kevlar clutch kit. What are the differences in performance compared to the ferrari brand organic material? I've heard that kevlar can be grippy but glazes easily. I wouldn’t want the F1 system to glaze the kevlar clutch since it doesn’t seem particularly aggressive when engaging – at least compared to what is capable of a manual system. Since I have the F1 system, and have very little control over how the clutch engages, is it wiser to go with the softer organic material? In your experience which clutch will out-perform and/or have a longer life?

Thank you very much for your help.
 
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