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    Buying new clutch

    Am in the market for a new clutch. Looking for some suggestions. I have a 02 ZO6 doing about 450 at the rear wheels. might ad as much as another 100 hp sometime in the future. This is pretty much a daily driver as long as the weather is good up here the the Chicago area. Do not track the car. Just like to have fun with it you know kill a few mustangs and hemi cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DustysZ View Post
    Am in the market for a new clutch. Looking for some suggestions. I have a 02 ZO6 doing about 450 at the rear wheels. might ad as much as another 100 hp sometime in the future. This is pretty much a daily driver as long as the weather is good up here the the Chicago area. Do not track the car. Just like to have fun with it you know kill a few mustangs and hemi cars.
    I was always told if you are goin to do this do it right the first time. When I do mine I am goin for a monster clutch stage 3. I heard good things about these clutches and hold alot of power.

    You have centerforce which is cheaper and reputable but I wanna get at least 50,000 miles on mine before I change it out again.

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    Yep only want to do it once. Am thinking about a McLeod RST dual-disk or Monster. Have some life left in mine so not pressed for time.

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    I'll add Textralia in as an option. They are high end in price, probably on par with Monster, but they have excellent quality from what I've read in many forums.

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    We've had good luck using Exedy clutches. Also, replace the slave cylinder and add a remote bleeder while it is apart.

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