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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-28-2016, 03:49 AM Thread Starter
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Smile Need a new Clutch

Hey guys, first post :D
Before i ask a couple of questions let me begin by informing you that i have a Silverstone HR 350z, 08 to be more specific, she's a beauty
She just hit 75K miles and it's time for a new clutch. I'm looking for a clutch similar to oem, not really planning on modifying too much, i currently have dual nismo intakes and full exhaust.
Since i'll be replacing the clutch and flywheel i'll also be replacing the Master Cylinder and CSC with aftermarket HD ones since i've had to replace the stock CSC in the past and i really don't want to deal with that again. Please let me know if i'll need to replace anything else.

Here's a clutch kit i've been looking at: https://conceptzperformance.com/jwt-...sh_p_19157.php

Master Cylinder: https://conceptzperformance.com/z-sp...z33_p_8843.php

CSC: https://conceptzperformance.com/z-sp...z33_p_4592.php

As far as Labor they'll be charging me $300
Let me know what you guys think, any advice or tips would be appreciated. Please don't hesitate to ask me any questions.
Have a blessed day, and thanks in advance.

-David
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Welcome and it looks like you've got a plan together. The pieces you listed should suffice, although for $300 I hope the shop you're taking it to does a good job of bleeding your new master and CSC!
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Also, be sure to supply your shop with a quart of good quality DOT 4 brake fluid like ATE Super Gold. That's what does all the hydraulic work inside your new master and CSC.
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Thank you, i forgot to mention that the shop owner is close friends with one of my dad's friend so they always hook it up. I'll make sure to look into the DOT 4 ATE Super Gold. Thanks for the advice, i really appreciate it.

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