help launching without frying clutch
ive had my 07 just long enough to break it in. friday night i went to the local strip, where i had 5 passes with a low et of 6.9... i have a 6in. stretch, full exhaust, bmc filter and pc, lowered and strapped. im a big guy and im not expecting much less time than tha for now. however, in preparing for the track i had a few practice launches @ 6 or 7000 rpms, and i found myself bogging down from dropping the clutch. at the track i was leaving @ a higher rpm and slipping the clutch longer. i wasnt bogging down but my buddies were telling me that i shouldnt have to leave with the rpms so high, so the next day i was practicing again @ 6000 slipping the clutch pretty long and after about 6 tries my clutch was gone. i had hoped that it was just hot but no, they arent grabbing with any throttle. now, the question is how can i avoid doing this again. is there any specfic technique or product i could buy that will prevent this? id appreciate any help or advice.