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SDPC LS7 Clutch Kit - Pressure Plate, Disc & Flywheel

SDPC Chevrolet Performance LS7 Clutch Kit

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Scoggin Dickey Parts Center has put together the ultimate Chevrolet Performance LS7 Clutch Kit for proven performance and a stock style soft pedal pressure for street driving.

The SDPC LS7 clutch kit includes the Corvette Z06 LS7 Pressure Plate, LS7 Disc and a new GM Steel Flywheel. We throw in a new set of GM flywheel and pressure plate bolts to assure proper mounting of your new flywheel and clutch.

For those desiring a lightweight flywheel for added performance and increased throttle response, we offer the optional RAM aluminum flywheel that weighs approximately 19-pounds versus the GM steel flywheel at about 28-pounds. This option includes a new set of high performance ARP flywheel and pressure plate bolts for added strength.

NOTE: In most applications you will still use your factory replacement slave cylinder. In certain applications such as the Gen 1 CTSV where the factory clutch used a dual mass flywheel, accommodations for the slave will need to be made before you can use this clutch. 1998-2002 F-Body, 2004-2006 GTO, 97-04 C5 Corvette, 2005-2013 LS2 and LS3 C6 Corvette, Pontiac G8, and 2010-2015 LS3 Camaro will all use their factory replacement slave cylinder. If you have any questions regarding fitment, please call our tech department before placing your order.

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24255748 - Ls2, Ls3, And Ls7 Clutch Disc And Pressure Plate

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  • W15.6200” x H5.5000” x L15.6200”

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I have a 07 6.2 L92 motor, stock, with the G8 intake (L76 i think, dont remember the nomenclature) and a T56 out of a 99 T/A, with stock throw out bering and slave. I am using a LS7 flywheel clutch and pressure plate bought new from a local GM dealership. I am using a stock GM truck starter from a salvage yard which is working fine, the issue is when the peddal is depressed the clutch isnt engaging, you can hear the bearing touch the fingers of the pressure plate but you cant shift through the gears. Now there is a 1/4" spacer between the bell housing and trans case from Mcleod, i followed their instruction and took the measurements from the rear of the bell housing to the pressure plate and then from the front of the trans to the front of throw out berring and theres a 3/8" difference. Now, I talked with Mcleod and they said this set up will not work with a stock clutch slave and throwout berring because of the recessed flywheel and the way the self adjusting LS7 pressure plate work. I also talked with The guys at centerforce and they said that it should work that from the sound of it I just need to put a spacer behind the hydraulic slave. I have a local machine shop that is making one and should be done this week.

Before I waste time and money putting this back in the car can someone tell me if this will or will not work? Im getting two different answers from two reputable sources. This is all going in a 71 Chevelle too.

Can someone shed some light on this for me, in laymans terms?

 

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should work with a correct sized spacer. we are running a ZR1 clutch behind a magnum t56 and I have the info that was given to me to make it work somewhere saved.

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Thanks,
The space idea seems the logical solution to me too, do you forsee any issue from moving the slave out on the input shaft 3/8"? And what is the deal with the three fingers on the pressure plate that stick up further than the rest, I get that its self adjusting but I didnt understand how that would affect the way the rest of the parts worked or shouldnt work together, according to Mcleod.

 

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Now there is a 1/4" spacer between the bell housing and trans case from Mcleod
What is this spacer for? Can you remove it?

What is happening is that your slave cylinder doesn't have enough travel to fully disengage the clutch. That spacer is likely the cause of it. Since you moved the trans 1/4" backwards, that means the slave now has 1/4" less travel into the clutch. Put another 1/4" spacer behind the slave, where it mounts to the trans, and you should be good to go.

Also, be sure you have an adjustable clutch master cylinder, with a threaded rod. That will also help you fine tune the engagement point of the clutch.

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Just about all you would ever want to know and then some:

http://ls1tech.com/forums/manual-tra...need-shim.html

This has got me wondering now since I used an LS7 clutch and no shim. Should be starting it in a few weeks so I will see how it goes. I might order that shim kit just in case.

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Camaro Performers did a really good write up on how to measure for correct slave cylinder depth. It's the Feb 2012 book... really good article.

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Initialy the .25" spacer is because aparantly the input shaft of the T56 is longer than the automatic that was originaly behind the motor, keep in mind my motor is a truck motor so the crank shaft is different, it uses the small pilot bering, when I stabbed the tranny the first time the in put shaft was bottoming out before the bellhousing was mating up with the back of the block.

If anyone else needs a slave spacer let PM me and let me know and Ill talk to the machine shop and see if it'd be something they would be interrested in making and selling on here.Their pricing seems to be reasonable.

 

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So does your engine have the thick crank flange like some of the truck engines or is it the thin LS style crank flange? I also wondered if the truck crank used a smaller pilot bearing - is it the same as small block chevy or something else? Thanks! You saved me some grief on my build... I should mention that I also bought a complete LS3/LS7 clutch setup complete with the flywheel so any info you can share would be really helpful!!

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The L92 Truck / Suv crank flange isnt any thicker if I recall correctly, but it does use the pilot berring that sits in outer most slot, but it is drilled for both berring sizes. I had to pull the larger diameter berring out and press in the smaller diameter berring that the LS3 and 7 corvette crankshaft uses. I imagine you will have to do the same thing I did and put a spacer in your transmission too, and another behind the slave cylindar. Try bolting it together first and see what happens before buying a bunch of spacers, then if it doesnt go together youll know where to start looking, the pilot berring is cheap enough and you can get it at a local GM house.

Did you use the "recessed" flywheel? The guy at Mcleod said there is some issue with using that flywheel with stock T56 transmission parts, I dont see how that is possible.

 

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should work with a correct sized spacer. we are running a ZR1 clutch behind a magnum t56 and I have the info that was given to me to make it work somewhere saved.

Mike, Any chance you could share this info, Im curious what kind of TOB gap is necessary for this dual disk setup and if a standard fbody slave will work with it. Does the complete clutch assy move the fingers to close to the trans face requiring a spacer, I think katech uses some kind of bell housing spacer for ls9 setups.

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