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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-26-2006, 07:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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Centerforce Clutch- Reputation?

What's the general reputation of the Centerforce clutch? The local speed shop is recommending one for my Holden...
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Very good. Been around for years and have been known to produce solid product. I'd ask Steve at Alan Young Pontiac to weigh in this, though, as he's more up to date on this stuff than me. One very good option is to install an LS7 unit.

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Had one in Fatbitch, get ready for a workout (even before I modified it)....
I would recommend the LS7 unit that b_a_ spoke of, it's just like stock as far as pedal stiffness and it doesn't slip until you put serious power down..... let me know and I'll hook you up on the LS7 clutch.
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Had one in Fatbitch, get ready for a workout (even before I modified it)....
I would recommend the LS7 unit that b_a_ spoke of, it's just like stock as far as pedal stiffness and it doesn't slip until you put serious power down..... let me know and I'll hook you up on the LS7 clutch.
Quote me for a full-up LS7 clutch kit, willya?

I'll PM you as well.

Thanks
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Got your pm and am checking.....
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Looks like the jury is still out on if the LS7 clutch & flywheel works on an LS1...
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Have you researched the "other" site, there are many of them saying it's a direct fit......
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Have you researched the "other" site, there are many of them saying it's a direct fit......
Working it, baby.

I'm hoping so, as going with the LS7 stuff will save me nearly $200 over the Centerforce.
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Working it, baby.

I'm hoping so, as going with the LS7 stuff will save me nearly $200 over the Centerforce.


I'm all about saving you money!!
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Centerforce=EXCELLENT!
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