This is a discussion on Ls7 Clutch within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; advance auto parts is the cheapest place to get master/slave cylinders as far as i know, $70 apiece........ Yea dont ...
07-27-2007, 11:30 AM #21
advance auto parts is the cheapest place to get master/slave cylinders as far as i know, $70 apiece........
Yea dont go aluminum flywheel if you are dragging, you get your rpms up faster but thats good if you want torque on a drag race (someone correct me if im wrong, but thats what i was told)
Billet steel is a good option, they are usually 4-6lb lighter than stock, and pretty strong......Spec, ram, fidanza etc etc just find whats the best deal, i think spec is pretty reasonable.......
OR just get your stock one machined when you put a new clutch in, napa took .010 off my flywheel, im sure it took of a half pound LOL
07-27-2007, 06:26 PM #22
You have to match the LS2 flywheel with the LS7 clutch. I have 2 stock Ls1 flywheels if anyone wants/needs one. But I am going to wait until I get a procharger before I go to an after market clutch. Also my experiance is that you want a heavier flywheel for the street and drag racing since the weight helps get you rolling. We used the light weight flywheel in our road racing cars (scca) where you need the rpms to spool up faster to get out of the corners.
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