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I am told these fit our cars if we swap the flywheel as well. Is this a good choice for a maggied car? Should I consider a lightened fliywheel now as well? If anyone has done this, did you need to add anything more than just a flywheel?
 

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You'll also need the LS7 slave, or a space with your stock slave. Everyone recommends using a new slave though.
I recently installed an LS7 clutch with a 16lb flywheel. Stock LS7 flywheel is 28lbs and the V flywheel is 45lbs. I am surprised how driveable the car is after loosing about 30lbs of rotating mass. No stalling issues at all.
Just make sure to mark the driveshaft before taking it off.
 

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The LS7 parts are less expensive than the LS6 parts also. Future clutch jobs are cost less, and parts are more readily available.
 
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