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post #17 of (permalink) Old 08-13-2013
bluebyu12
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I ran my procharger on stock clutch and flywheel for over a year... no issues. I think the issue in the flywheel becomes apparent if you have good bite in your tires and they hook well therefore stressing the clutch and flywheel a lot more.

The clutch is the same part number as the one on the 5.0... when I was looking to change my flywheel I was just going to keep the stock clutch and swap flywheels.. but the amount of work it is to drop the tranny, I decided to throw a stage 3 exedy clutch in there too.

So your answer is the stock parts will last awhile.. just start saving for the upgrade in the near future. Especially if you plan on running at the track. Good luck!

Are they dyno tuning your car? Does the tuner know how to tune a 3.7 properly... because most tuners don't. Be careful with that aspect too.

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