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Thread: LS9 Clutch Carnage

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    Re: LS9 Clutch Carnage

    Was it a finger or a strap that broke?
    If a strap broke, then they must not be able to handle the torque.
    With factory parts you almost never know if you got a bad manufactirung lot.
    I was about to switch to this clutch, so I appreciate your post about what happened.
    Thanks.


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    Re: LS9 Clutch Carnage

    Why switch?

    You have to have a car first.

    I better be careful or someone will put out a fatwa on me.

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    Re: LS9 Clutch Carnage

    Quote Originally Posted by lunarx View Post
    Was it a finger or a strap that broke?
    If a strap broke, then they must not be able to handle the torque.
    With factory parts you almost never know if you got a bad manufactirung lot.
    I was about to switch to this clutch, so I appreciate your post about what happened.
    Thanks.
    The piece that is discolored in the last photo above is what broke.

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