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What Clutch to Buy???

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    What Clutch to Buy???

    Should I go with the McLeod Twin Disk Clutch or with a Centerforce or Ram? Must order ASAP. Thanks.

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    id go with the ls7 clutch kit but thats just me

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    If your still close to stock then I would suggest the LS7-best bang for buck. If you want something for more power I would suggest TEXTRALIA.

    But whatever you do get the word CENTERFORCE out of your vocabulary. You would just end up having to change it again more than likely within 6 months or roughly 5000 miles.

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    Yea I agree with TACEO2 dont get that CRAPY centerforce clutch mine only lasted 2months. A Spec 2+or 3+clutch or Mcleod

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    Quote Originally Posted by TACE02 View Post
    If your still close to stock then I would suggest the LS7-best bang for buck. If you want something for more power I would suggest TEXTRALIA.

    But whatever you do get the word CENTERFORCE out of your vocabulary. You would just end up having to change it again more than likely within 6 months or roughly 5000 miles.
    I have a centerforce, and it is a good stock upgrade but if you have alot of horsepower and beat on the car... probably want something stronger.

    Textralia is a good clutch but it chatters like a bitch during stop and go driving, LS7 is the best bet... no chatter, can handle 500hp with no problems... my buddy just got one, he is sc'd and he has nothing but good things to say

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    textralia make alot of different clutches depending on what u need, most people in Australia with modded LS1s and even twin turbo and supercharged LS1s use them with great results.
    The spec 3 is also going strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XKALIBER View Post
    Should I go with the McLeod Twin Disk Clutch or with a Centerforce or Ram? Must order ASAP. Thanks.
    If you have the money and plane on using ANY power adder the StreetTwin is the best hands down!!
    If your ALL motor I would use their Series600........http://www.mcleodind.com/
    Don't be afraid of the bottle!!! Be afraid of your tune!!!

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