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Old 05-02-2013, 01:32 AM   #1
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99 SS camaro clutch

Hey guys, have a 99 SS camaro and am looking into doing a clutch on it. I'm looking for some insight into some of the better clutch brands and prices. I want to get a kit that has the pressure plate, clutch disc, release bearing, pilot bearing, alignment tool, and maybe a flywheel. I also was looking to get a centerforce clutch but I can find a kit. And tips would be appreciated. Thanks
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I like centerforce clutches, that's what I put in mine when my old one went bye bye
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Monster clutch, ran me about $750 from Texas Speed for a stage 2 that supports up to 550hp. Feels like stock, which is kind of weird to me, but I would recommend. It came with flywheel/alignment tool/bearings.
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LS7 clutch would be a good choice.
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I have a Monster Stage 3 and my friend has their stage 2. We both love them and they drive very smooth.

Maybe look in the Monster Stage 1 or a LS7 setup
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Monster clutch, ran me about $750 from Texas Speed for a stage 2 that supports up to 550hp. Feels like stock, which is kind of weird to me, but I would recommend. It came with flywheel/alignment tool/bearings.
Where did you order that out of and what kind of flywheel is it. Oh and also go does it disengage?
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Where did you order that out of and what kind of flywheel is it. Oh and also go does it disengage?
I got the normal 28lb fly wheel I believe, Monster is from texas so you can order from monsterclutches directly, or order from Texas Speed and performance which just tells MonsterClutches to ship your clutch.

Actually it's $629 with 28lb flywheel and $679 with 18lb flywheel.
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H.D. pressure plate, 12" dual friction disc, 28lbs SFI certified billet steel flywheel or a 15lbs chromoly flywheel (your choice), pilot bearing, release bearing, slave cylinder, and alignment tool.

I don't understand your disengage question? Do you have a sticky pedal? That's usually your master cylinder, although this includes the slave cylinder, and I had a sticky clutch pedal as well, and changing the slave helped me way more than I expected. It doesn't really stick anymore.
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Sorry I didn't mean disengage. I meant engage as in shifting between gears and grabbing. Also does that price include shipping and what difference can I expect between the flywheel. And thanks already for the great info. Exactly what I was looking for
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