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Old 03-10-2012, 05:18 PM   #1
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Just a little of my experience with Monster clutches so that you DO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE!!!!
Although I was not experiencing any kind of issues with my car, I recently replaced my factory clutch because I wanted to maximize HP to the ground. I looked around and called Monster Clutches. They assured me that the Level 3 was my best choice for my HP and that my daily driven car would still keep the good manners when driven around in the city while perfoming like a beast at the track. I gave the clutch the proper "break-in" in accordance with Monster's break in instructions during the first 500 miles (not highway, but city stop and go miles). My car currently has 1100 miles on the Monster clutch and I could not be MORE disappointed...the clutch makes a horrible and embarrasing noise EVERY time that you take off sounding as if your throwout bearing was in need of replacement. The billet flywheel that came with the package appears NOT to have been balanced. This clutch combo creates a vibration at speeds over 65 that resemble a car with a bent driveshaft... I am just giving you a word of advice...DO NOT BUY MONSTER CLUTCHES!!!! After wasting the money, I am ready to throw this piece of junk away and install an ACT or McLeod combo. Any other GOOD suggestions?
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MCLEOD RXT!!!!

Go to the corvetteforum.com lots of big HP guys there running it. I was in the same dilemma a while ago before replacing my driveline. I finally went with McLeod. Much smoother than stock. there are lots of good choices out there. this is what i went with. I will never put a 480le or any auto in my car. Dont really care to have the best time slip out there just want a good street car that i enjoy. YMMV. Good luck with your choice
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Thats funny USArmy I have the same clutch in my ride and I just finished the break in period and it works just FLAWLESSLY, no chatter no noise or vibrations. Who did your install?? It sounds like you have something fairly serious wrong there.
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Not what I want to hear as I have one on order! Can we get one of the Monster reps in this forum to chime in.
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Hendrix Street Slayer is awesome can't even tell you have a twin disk. Call them up or PM them on here. No break in at all. Baked in a 2000 degree oven for 6 months. They really are bulletproof. Twin carbon is what I have and I love it. Best clutch I've ever felt
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Old 03-11-2012, 09:38 PM   #6
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Thats funny USArmy I have the same clutch in my ride and I just finished the break in period and it works just FLAWLESSLY, no chatter no noise or vibrations. Who did your install?? It sounds like you have something fairly serious wrong there.
Dan,

That's what I thought too. I thought mine was "flawless" too until reality kicked in. Mine is only 6 weeks old...I am certainly NOT impressed at all with this thing...Personally, I am throwing this piece of junk away. Guys, save your money and buy something of good quality. Check all other reviews. Good luck Dan!
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Old 03-11-2012, 09:47 PM   #7
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MCLEOD RXT!!!!

Go to the corvetteforum.com lots of big HP guys there running it. I was in the same dilemma a while ago before replacing my driveline. I finally went with McLeod. Much smoother than stock. there are lots of good choices out there. this is what i went with. I will never put a 480le or any auto in my car. Dont really care to have the best time slip out there just want a good street car that i enjoy. YMMV. Good luck with your choice
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Our Z06 has a McLeod and you are right, it is REALLY smooth. I wanted to cut corners and dumped $796 only to put this piece of junk where it belongs...in the trash can! Six weeks later, I am looking at spending the amount of money that I should have spent in the first place. Does your RXT fit the Camaro like OEM? Is your Camaro a daily driver? Thx!
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Old 03-11-2012, 09:49 PM   #8
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Not what I want to hear as I have one on order! Can we get one of the Monster reps in this forum to chime in.
Perhaps you still have time to cancel...if not, good luck bro!
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Old 03-11-2012, 10:10 PM   #9
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Thats funny USArmy I have the same clutch in my ride and I just finished the break in period and it works just FLAWLESSLY, no chatter no noise or vibrations. Who did your install?? It sounds like you have something fairly serious wrong there.
I have the same experience as DandD - Just got through the 500 miles and clutch works great. Not a single issue for me. Sorry to hear this. Personally, I would call Steve at SLP/Monster and talk with him. He dealt straight with me on a question/issue. Best of luck to you.
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Old 03-11-2012, 11:20 PM   #10
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While I don't have the same clutch I would like to share something with you...

I have a Textralia Exo-Skel ( Twin disk - Carbon/Ceramic ) .. It shutters and makes the same odd noise when you are launching at a soft rpm speed.

Fact is these clutches are meant to be abused, Remove traction control, rev to the sky and dump the clutch, then try to leave at soft rpm. Its quiet and normal again.

I don't know why, I don't like it, but it happens. Like it glazes on soft launches and you need to remove that odd layer of crap.

Either Way I'm swapping a 4L80... I'm tired of this crap.
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Old 03-12-2012, 11:21 AM   #11
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monster clutch level 3

+1 what he said, mine does chatter a bit, but we beat the shit out of this car!! 2nd set of rear tires, dr slicks, dss rear 3:91 ... line lock , burn outs, i start my burn out in 2nd, on a dry road, not one problem with the clutch.. flem
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Old 03-13-2012, 09:02 AM   #12
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a lot of people on this forum use the LPE zr-1 dual disc setup.

Havn't heard anyone have any negative comments about it. I know more than 2 dozen people on her with it...
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Old 03-21-2012, 07:21 AM   #13
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Well had the Monster Stage 3 installed yesterday by the gang over at RPM, they did a great job on the install! I don't really have much time on the clutch other than a 180 mile ride back home from the shop. What I have noticed thus far is pedal pressure is only slightly stiffer than the stock clutch, it seems to engage a little higher on the pedal stroke as well, this is a good thing as far as I am concerned. There is a bit of shutter when first engaging the gear but no noise. The break in says 500 miles of stop and go driving, so far I have maybe 25 as the majority of my trip was 70-mph highway cruising.

If anyone has more detail on the break-in please chime in.
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Hendrix Street Slayer is awesome can't even tell you have a twin disk. Call them up or PM them on here. No break in at all. Baked in a 2000 degree oven for 6 months. They really are bulletproof. Twin carbon is what I have and I love it. Best clutch I've ever felt
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Forum friends,

Just a little of my experience with Monster clutches so that you DO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE!!!!
Although I was not experiencing any kind of issues with my car, I recently replaced my factory clutch because I wanted to maximize HP to the ground. I looked around and called Monster Clutches. They assured me that the Level 3 was my best choice for my HP and that my daily driven car would still keep the good manners when driven around in the city while perfoming like a beast at the track. I gave the clutch the proper "break-in" in accordance with Monster's break in instructions during the first 500 miles (not highway, but city stop and go miles). My car currently has 1100 miles on the Monster clutch and I could not be MORE disappointed...the clutch makes a horrible and embarrasing noise EVERY time that you take off sounding as if your throwout bearing was in need of replacement. The billet flywheel that came with the package appears NOT to have been balanced. This clutch combo creates a vibration at speeds over 65 that resemble a car with a bent driveshaft... I am just giving you a word of advice...DO NOT BUY MONSTER CLUTCHES!!!! After wasting the money, I am ready to throw this piece of junk away and install an ACT or McLeod combo. Any other GOOD suggestions?
Sorry your having issues,give the guys at monster a chance to make it right,im sure they will.I would like to thank you for your service and allowing me to enjoy the freedom i have,thank you.If you decide you want to go a different way please give me a call,you will not find a better clutch than the StreetSlayer and it may be a little more up front but it will save you money.If you decide you would like a StreetSlayer i will pay for your install and thank you again for your service
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Newmoon, I have the 500 mile break in all finished and have had the car to the track once. The Monster Level 3 clutch is performing flawlessly, I'm not throwing real high HP at it but it feels as though it will take plenty more with no effort at all. Also for the break in they recommend more of a stop and go style driving if possible for the first 500 miles to get a heat cycle built up in the unit and then cool down.
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Bull,
Our Z06 has a McLeod and you are right, it is REALLY smooth. I wanted to cut corners and dumped $796 only to put this piece of junk where it belongs...in the trash can! Six weeks later, I am looking at spending the amount of money that I should have spent in the first place. Does your RXT fit the Camaro like OEM? Is your Camaro a daily driver? Thx!

It bolted up just like stock. You do need their flywheel however, cant use the OEM flywheel. My car is not a daily driver but i do drive it daily. After we put the clutch in my first thought was something was wrong because the pedal feel was so light. I love this clutch.

funny thing is, the guys that run monster clutch are also called SNL Performance. They're in Ft worth and i have taken my car there for a few things and they always do great work. Outstanding work actually!

So the guys that run Monster Clutch Co, install a McLeod RXT in my car! I was promised by them that their new Monster Twin Disc was going to go in my car. Turns out the clutch had some machining issues on the flywheel. I did not want a single disc installed in my car. Rather than installing a sub par product, they installed a competitor's clutch, Mcleod.

They will make it right. And dont drive the Monster Level 3 like a stock clutch. Beat on it and it will be much better
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Old 03-26-2012, 10:13 AM   #18
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Sorry your having issues,give the guys at monster a chance to make it right,im sure they will.I would like to thank you for your service and allowing me to enjoy the freedom i have,thank you.If you decide you want to go a different way please give me a call,you will not find a better clutch than the StreetSlayer and it may be a little more up front but it will save you money.If you decide you would like a StreetSlayer i will pay for your install and thank you again for your service
Hendrix-Engineering,

Thanks! Sorry for the late reply as I was out of town. Please PM me with the clutch model needed to support my current RWHP, price, what's needed, etc. so that I can still have fun at the drag strip as well as use it as a daily driver.
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me too, has a little shutter to it but with it being aftermarket and able to handle more hp i am good with it. just my thoughts though.
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me too, has a little shutter to it but with it being aftermarket and able to handle more hp i am good with it. just my thoughts though.
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I've got about 1000 miles on mine now and I'm going back to the drag strip tomorrow for the second time on the level 3 clutch. I am completely satisfied with the clutch, although I am not running high horsepower (probably 420 rwhp) for my current needs it is great.
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Update on my clutch to this point. Have maybe 300 miles on it and the 1st gear engagement shutter is still there. I can't say I am really happy about it, but hopefully once fully broken it it will diminish. Still haven't given it a full throttle blast yet.
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Guys you need to remember this clutch is made to support 700hp, it will not be as smooth as stock. It is going to have a little shutter to it. I'm not an expert but I think any clutch designed to hold this power will be the same with out spending mega bucks. Just my 2cents. The harder I am with minus the smoother it is. Try higher revs on take off and faster off the clutch pedal.
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