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  1. car still for sale? the photobucket pics didnt come up. If you could please email to jbehuniak@yahoo.com

  2. Yes a 7.25" Tilton cover can be built as a single, dual or triple disc. The cover is mounted on stands (perches?) and the discs are stacked with plates in between. More discs = longer perches = taller clutch assembly. Buy the disc(s) with the correct spline for your trans and choose the friction material. Tilton makes a couple different friction materials and I've been told that the Clutch Masters 7.25 discs work as well (unverified). Sorry can't help on V8 flywheel/flexplate compatibility..
  3. Case in point: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/TILTON-OT-II-CLUTCH-153-TOOTH-FLYWHEEL-NASCAR_W0QQitemZ390132409542QQcmdZViewItemQQptZRace_Car_Parts?hash=item5ad5b424c6
  4. Jon, I have been running a 7.25" Tilton twin disc (sintered metal) for three years and found it to be totally trouble free and actually very driveable (my car still has a license plate). The engagement point is precise but just takes a little getting used to. It's the only clutch I've ever had in the z that has not failed in some way. Mine's mounted on a Tilton flywheel but the flexplate option is better for a track car I believe. One bonus, you can sometimes find smoking deals on the triple disc version since the nascar guys use them as well.
  5. Great idea on the front adjusters, I have the same AZC setup. No fun disassembling front struts at the track. Beautiful job on the car!
  6. Just flipped through the entire thread. Very, very nice, Great job!
  7. An attempt at the original blue (missed it by a little).
  8. +1 more, no distributor at 8k. Start reading here: http://forums.hybridz.org/showthread.php?t=113165
  9. Here's a simple straight forward article on BOVs: http://www.siliconeintakes.com/stpg.php?page_id=bov
  10. Suede wheel for sure, control is excellent when wearing gloves and hand/forearm fatigue is lessened in my experience.
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