The McLeod Street Power clutch (stage 2) has a stock-like clamp load but with a six-puck ceramic disc, also sprung. This disc combined with the stock-like clamp load makes it not as aggressive as one expects with the six-puck. It engages really nicely and smoothly. This clutch is more suited towards a daily driven car with occasional roll races. This is a good option for the lower power guys to start with.
Torque Rating: 475
These include a billet steel flywheel. These are a push style clutch, and if you are planning on running this setup with a T56 setup you will need a hydraulic release bearing in addition to make the setup work.
This clutch requires a 500-mile/1200 clutch-cycle break-in procedure. They are really nice to drive, and very cost-effective.
The Stage2 Street Power clutch is not recommended for drag racing and dig launching.