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Old 06-24-2010, 12:13 PM   #1
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Default Swapping to LS7 Clutch.

I've heard some good things about it, and I was wondering what else I should change when I do the clutch?
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I'd say flywheel and possibly a new slave cylinder if you still have the old style.

Take that back, I thought you were a 99, but I see you are a 2002, so you already have the newer slave.
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Buy the LS7 setup from SDPC or ByunSpeed then get the Tick adjustable master cylinder
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I agree with the others. Don't forget your pilot bearing too.
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I bought the hole LS7 clutch kit from a dealership where I get half off of my parts, it came with the fly wheel, clutch throw out bearing, and alignment tool.
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i've had mine for about 6000 miles now and now that i got a good rear and more mods done im pushing through mine. it's been a great clutch if your under the 420 rwhp mark. just my .02
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