Pressure Plate/ Clutch recommendations for sbb

Discussion in 'U-shift em' started by Mos'72, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. Mos'72

    Mos'72 Member

    Im looking for a clutch setup for my gs 350 and want to do it on a budget. The motor is basically stock and shouldnt require any kind of performance setup I was wondering if anyone had suggestions on a quality kit at a reasonable price?
  2. gstewart

    gstewart Well-Known Member

    how about just buying a stock oem clutch + pressure plate?
  3. Mos'72

    Mos'72 Member

    Right, but do you have any experience on best places to purchase from?
  4. TheSilverBuick

    TheSilverBuick In the Middle of No Where

    I ran a stock Autozone one for about 60,000 miles behind a 455. I wouldn't hesitate to put one behind a 350. I only switched it out because I think I was finally over powering it with drag radial's on.
  5. moleary

    moleary GOD Bless America

    A stock clutch is fine for your application.

    As you may already be aware, You should be 100% sure your crank is concentrically drilled and properly sized for the pilot bushing. Use oilite bronze pilot bushing or the roller style but I dont like anything but the oilite. Do not use a steel cheepo bushing. Improperly installed pilot bushing will cause major issues.

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