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Freshly balance matched aluminum flywheel, mcleod bellhousing and clutch disc, with promotion blueprinted rpm pressure plate, astroperformance T-5 with 26 spline input, 9310 mainshaft, cluster support plate, billet shift lugs, and their A-5 gear kit. Oh yeah and a clutch fork modified with help from RLSracing.
 

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with the 9310 mainshaft it is rated at 650hp.

I went with the astro after discussing with several people. The astro first gear is stronger than the G-force and there seem to be fewer failures with the astro setup. The price was similar.

just about got it buttoned up.
 

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got busy yesterday

















It was a bastard getting that bellhousing in there without removing the headers. I'm sore today after all that sliding around under the car...
 

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Nice, Awesome setup you have there.

If you dont mind can you share the price of that entire setup?

Im going to need something very similar, I have my turbo manifold coming wednesday, and that complete's the picture pretty much.
 

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Nice, Awesome setup you have there.

If you dont mind can you share the price of that entire setup?

Im going to need something very similar, I have my turbo manifold coming wednesday, and that complete's the picture pretty much.
Clutch was $400, trans was $2400 without a core, bellhousing I purchased used for $250, flywheel was $260. I'm not going to total that up, because I'd rather not know.
 

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Those heads still look huge even from the bottom of the car, when do you plan on getting to the track?
 

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What is with the fork? is it shortened, or just strengthened?
Lengthened by an inch to work in the SFI bell.

Took a little bit of time with a welder and some 1/4" steel, but it was way cheaper than the $90 extended clutch fork.
 

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Glad to see you use that Astro, I put a couple of those in for friends and they love them.They take a beating and shift better then a Tremec.
 
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