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High Performance Clutch Upgrade Needed

This is a discussion on High Performance Clutch Upgrade Needed within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; Originally Posted by 7camaro7 for that price I don't think they should slip at all! Damn skippy....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7camaro7 View Post
    for that price I don't think they should slip at all!

    Damn skippy.

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    I didn't vote because you didn't have "None of the above" as an option. With that hp level, the Textralia is an option. Everything I have read on the Spec says "Stay Away, Far Away". Clutchmasters seem to have some good setups. Fidanza is coming out with their LSx clutch line in a month or so and the Cobra guys seem to be doing pretty good with them so far. I am watching some of the Mustang boards to see if they run into problems with the Fidanza.

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    Keep us posted man! thanks

    I'm really adjusting to my ls6 clutch but I'd still like to change it later on.

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    I've only had experience with SPEC in my car. No problems so far and I'm pushing a pretty good amount of HP...

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    these days spec has a really bad rep especially around here in tennessee

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    Yah, but I hear horror stories about every clutch. I didn't vote because I have only used SPEC in GM stuff. If this were about clutches for a 5.0 T-5, I'd have a lot more experience...

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    I'll give you a bump to see if anyone else has any input on this. I'm looking at replacing the clutch on my car and have some of the same questions.

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    I just rebuilt the ls1 in my 2000 ws6 and i put and ls7 clutch with fidanza flywheel and it's great! the ls7 clutch will handle 600hp. I get all my parts from a company called speed inc., www.ls1speed.com or 1-866-571-7733. they have good pricing and good customer support. give them a call ask for fraser

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    Im gunna bump this cuz im having problems with my LS6 clutch it wont grab at all going into 3rd...Then again i do have 450+RWHP so i think it ran it's course so i definatly need ideas for a strong reliable and streetable clutch espically since i ordered a D1SC Race SC hehe...

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    Geeze man. You got a new rear end on the way too?

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    LOL funny thing is i don't...Reason being i couldnt decide on the moser 12-bolt or the ford 9".....The stock 10bolt is handeling my HP now very well...Ive done atleast 20 passes with no leaking or anything from the rear and i have 4.10s in it....But definatly before the SC going in i will need to put the rear in first!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeeD4SpeeD View Post
    LOL funny thing is i don't...Reason being i couldnt decide on the moser 12-bolt or the ford 9".....The stock 10bolt is handeling my HP now very well...Ive done atleast 20 passes with no leaking or anything from the rear and i have 4.10s in it....But definatly before the SC going in i will need to put the rear in first!!!
    Yeah thats what I ment. Also, you might want to think about getting 3.42's for the rear...that way you can keep in the boost longer. If you have 4.10's you will be constantly shifting and wont ever get the supercharger to boost up as well.

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