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Old 02-26-2013, 08:15 PM   #51
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A couple other tidbits of information I hadn't mentioned above:

SIX's clutch is a custom made racing clutch made by an outfit out in Orange County, CA. It's the same clutch that HB Mike uses in his IPF powered SGM Camaro that he regularly road races. Evolution Motorsports installed the SS Brembo brake kit and then recalibrated his coilovers and Pfadt sways.

That is one BA V-sixer
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Old 02-27-2013, 09:23 AM   #52
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Would like to learn more about that clutch... And I think the IPF aluminum piping is an option you can get. Black silicon is the other option...but you can get either one you want.
Can someone else chime in on this to confirm if I'm right or not?
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Old 02-27-2013, 09:27 AM   #53
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The silicon use to be for the LFX, That what I assumed?
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Old 02-27-2013, 03:44 PM   #54
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What more would you like to know about the clutch we did for Six?

Six asked for aluminum piping so he could powder coat it to his color scheme. He actually has the R&D Pipes we used during development! I think that is pretty cool and so does Six! I am too nice sometimes. HAHA! You have the choice of either Black or Red silicone for your Intercooler Piping.

Please let me know if you guys need anything else. I will be glad to provide it.

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Would like to learn more about that clutch... And I think the IPF aluminum piping is an option you can get. Black silicon is the other option...but you can get either one you want.
Can someone else chime in on this to confirm if I'm right or not?
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Old 02-27-2013, 09:40 PM   #55
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What more would you like to know about the clutch we did for Six?

Six asked for aluminum piping so he could powder coat it to his color scheme. He actually has the R&D Pipes we used during development! I think that is pretty cool and so does Six! I am too nice sometimes. HAHA! You have the choice of either Black or Red silicone for your Intercooler Piping.

Please let me know if you guys need anything else. I will be glad to provide it.

Thanks,

Jesse!
What is the clutch??? Cost??? Pedel feel??? Peformance??? Chater??? Flywheel??? More or less everything you know bout it.
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