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Opinions on the SB 1939df or cb 4 paddle style

Hello y'all. I'm going tone buying a clutch soon and would like input on these clutchs as I've never ran them. I've ran their 3250 street dd. and a valair 350 hp single disc but how do these 4 paddle type clutches feel? Smooth engagement? I'm planning on staying under 400 or near it. I don't sled pull I do tow occasionally and daily drive it. I liked the way I could slip the SB street dd but I defiantly don't need that much clutch and don't really need my syncros to have to work overtime like they do with the dd.

600 seems like a good price for a clutch that will hold 400 to 450 hp but if its a rough jumpy engaging clutch then I will spend a little more on a better clutch.

2000 f250 ECSB Dually 4.10s 305/70/16, 4x4 7.3 zf6 200k miles
Php hydra chip PHP tuned! 4" exhaust, stock turbo(ww2, turbomaster wastage actuator, gutted ebpv), FRX, 160/30 sticks SB 1939-CB single clutch, home brew water setup for when i'm pulling hay through the mountains.
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