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Clutch Probs? Aftermarket?

Anyone's clutch gone out here? If so, what is your suggestion for a good aftermarket clutch for $600 or less? My clutch hasnt had probs yet, but I might want to upgrade.
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LS7 clutch for $490.00 is what I recommend.
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How much for a lighter flywheel? Also does that include throw out bearing?
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LS7 clutch for $490.00 is what I recommend.
That SLP Loudmouth (I) still $469.00 + $55 shipping???
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Yes the LM1 is still that price, and that price includes a flywheel! $200.00 for a throwout bearing.....
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Yes the LM1 is still that price, and that price includes a flywheel! $200.00 for a throwout bearing.....
Do you have to purchase the throw-out bearing or is it the same thats already in the car?
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Also when I get the insurance settlement back from the accident I will be calling you for the SLP LM1.
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Yes the LM1 is still that price, and that price includes a flywheel! $200.00 for a throwout bearing.....

so, 490 includes everything I need? minus throwout bearing? It's a straight bolt in correct?

Do you have one in your car yet? I really liked the clutch in the Z I drove.
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BlownGTO, you don't have to replace the throwout bearing (although recommended)....
HotRodGuy, that price includes the clutch disk, pressure plate, and flywheel. And to answer your question, I don't have a GTO anymore, and when I did, I had a Centerforce clutch.
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