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1TZSLO
02-20-2010, 05:12pm
Fidenza Al Flwheel/Textralia Z-Grip
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03SlowZ06
02-20-2010, 05:33pm
Make sure you call them and get the torque specs for the pressure plate. It was a pain getting ahold of them last minute to get the specs and pattern.

1TZSLO
02-20-2010, 09:03pm
good heads up thanks

Garb55
02-20-2010, 09:32pm
:thumbs::thumbs:

Peter Pan
02-21-2010, 11:27am
Nice looking clutch flywheel combo you have going inhttp://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c293/elsloan22/emotions/icon_thumright.gif

Cobra4B
02-21-2010, 11:55am
If you want to ensure zero vibration issues have the new clutch assembly match-balanced to the stocker that youre taking out.

YorkL8apex
02-21-2010, 09:08pm
If you want to ensure zero vibration issues have the new clutch assembly match-balanced to the stocker that youre taking out.


What Brian said:iagree:

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/photopost/direct_data/1012/Rich_Drag_2006small.jpg


I did the same combo on the '04 Z06 I had and it really made the car come to life:o_o:

1TZSLO
02-21-2010, 09:51pm
If you want to ensure zero vibration issues have the new clutch assembly match-balanced to the stocker that youre taking out.

Not sure even how to do that or where.

I couldnt pass this up 800 bucks for both pieces. Clutch brand new is 980

Cobra4B
02-21-2010, 09:54pm
When you take the stock stuff out take it along w/ the new to a machine shop. I used Gregorys Driveline/Machine on Cleveland Street.

You have them spin the stock flywheel and pressure plate and see how it balances out. Then theyll match the new flywheel/pressure plate assembly to what they recorded for the stock stuff. If your stock suff is off-balanced theyll match it.

Reason for this is some cars come w/ a purposfully off-balanced clutch assembly. They do this to bring the engine assemblies in spec on the production line.

1TZSLO
02-22-2010, 05:37pm
When you take the stock stuff out take it along w/ the new to a machine shop. I used Gregorys Driveline/Machine on Cleveland Street.

You have them spin the stock flywheel and pressure plate and see how it balances out. Then theyll match the new flywheel/pressure plate assembly to what they recorded for the stock stuff. If your stock suff is off-balanced theyll match it.

Reason for this is some cars come w/ a purposfully off-balanced clutch assembly. They do this to bring the engine assemblies in spec on the production line.


Thanks for the information. Might have to do that when installing my S/C might as well throw in the Clutch and Sway bars

Shagster
02-22-2010, 06:01pm
Thanks for the information. Might have to do that when installing my S/C might as well throw in the Clutch and Sway bars

Trans brace and rear end brace also... The trans is coming out anyways and most shops don't charge to put them in for you.