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Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch (98-02 Camaro 97-04 Vette)

Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch (98-02 Camaro 97-04 Vette)

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Part # CEN-DF017010

Centerforce Clutches DF017010

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Description

Details

  • Perfect clutch kit for street/strip LS powered cars
  • 90% more holding power than the factory clutch
  • 11" diameter clutch disc
  • 1-1/8" 26-spline input shaft
  • Includes pressure plate, clutch disc & alignment tool
  • Increased Holding Capacity With No Chatter
    Whether it's time to replace the worn out clutch in your 1998-02 Camaro/Firebird or you need a clutch to handle the power of your 1997-04 Corvette, Centerforce has you covered. This GM LS Dual Friction clutch kit is at home on the street or for on the track for mild competition. A unique centrifugal counterweight system applies up to 90% more holding power than the factory clutch as RPM's increase. With equal pedal effort and smoother engagement than the factory clutch, this kit is the perfect street clutch for your bowtie powered hot rod.

    The Perfect Performance Street Clutch Kit
    Each Centerforce Dual Friction kit features a performance matched pressure plate & clutch disc designed to operate smoothly at all RPM's. The Dual Friction disc has a full facing on the pressure plate side for drivability and a carbon composite puc-style facing on the flywheel side for positive engagment making it the ultimate street performance clutch.

    Includes

  • Pressure Plate
  • Clutch Disc
  • Alignment Tool
  • Fits
    Camaro/Firebird V8: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
    Corvette: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
    GTO: 2004

    Break In
    The best way to break in your new Centerforce Dual Friction clutch is by driving 450-500 miles in stop & go conditions. The idea is to cycle the clutch as much as possible without putting too much heat into it. Highway miles should not be included during the break in mileage.

    Notes
    Replacing the throwout bearing is highly recommended and the factory flywheel should be replaced or resurfaced prior to operating a new clutch.

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