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Old 05-15-2013, 05:19 PM   #1
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ZR1 Clutch Packages for your SS! | Complete Kit | Stock Petal Feel! | JDP Motorsports

Hi Camaro5!

JDP Motorsports is proud to announce our complete LS9 clutch kit for your 2010-3013 Camaro SS! This package is great for those making up to 800 HP and TQ and want to keep a stock petal feel.


Look through the drop down boxes on our website and add on everything you need for a complete installation right down to the fluid!

JDP Motorsports - LS9 Clutch Package - 2010 - 2013 Camaro SS - Part # JDPC2001


Features the GM ZR1 LS9 twin disk clutch and pressure plate, 6-bolt aluminum flywheel, slave cylinder with spacer, and it includes everything needed for a complete installation.


It drives like a stock ZR1 with stock pedal feel.

Product Features
  • Aluminum flywheel with 6 bolt pattern for standard LS engines
  • Flywheel weighs 12.0lbs
  • Clutch disks and pressure plate from the ZR1 - Twin disk clutch
  • Includes slave cylinder and spacer
  • Includes pressure plate and fly wheel bolts
  • Proven to 700rwhp (drag/road racing) 800rwhp (street)
  • 800+ ft-lbs torque capacity
  • Includes new GM Pilot Bearing
  • No neutral noise or chattering
  • All of the benefits of a twin disk clutch and none of the trade-offs
  • Complete Kit including Instructions
  • Free Shipping!
Regularly: $1,499.95
Sale Price: $1,449.95

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Old 05-28-2013, 06:28 PM   #2
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Old 09-24-2013, 05:48 PM   #3
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Old 11-18-2013, 06:14 PM   #4
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Stock pedal feel!

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Old 01-27-2014, 07:00 PM   #5
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Old 03-10-2014, 01:36 AM   #6
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How would this setup compare to the Centerforce DYAD setup? My clutch slave cylinder has gone out and I plan to upgrade the clutch and supporting parts while I have everything apart. I am also considering the Tick Performance Stainless clutch line and Speedbleeder. My numbers are 643hp/598ftlbs at the wheels. What would you suggest?
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How would this setup compare to the Centerforce DYAD setup? My clutch slave cylinder has gone out and I plan to upgrade the clutch and supporting parts while I have everything apart. I am also considering the Tick Performance Stainless clutch line and Speedbleeder. My numbers are 643hp/598ftlbs at the wheels. What would you suggest?
Either clutch would support your power level, but this clutch will feel more like stock and have plenty of pedal modulation. I'd probably go with the Centerforce DYAD setup if you plan on more power.

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