Originally Posted by LikeABoss
That definitely helps. Will I need to buy that "cobalt clutch pipe" as CED recommends or is that cobalt specific? Also, it doesn't appear that the CED GMPP clutch comes with a slave cylinder and the Exedy does. I know when the clutch went out with my eclipse I was 100% it was the pressure plate and it turned out to be a leaking slave cylinder... I just want to get it fixed with as little cash as possible. I have also read to replace the flywheel with the clutch. Would it be wise to stay stock or go aftermarket lightweight with the flywheel?
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1) Yes the GMPP clutch kit comes with an integrated throw-out bearing/slave cylinder (it's a combined component on our cars). Essentially the entire upgrade kit is just LNF components.
2) The clutch pipe is universal for F35 and is highly recommended to replace as it is impossible to do without the trans out of the car. One other thing is to make sure you get a clutch alignment tool if you are doing the job yourself.
3) A lightweight flywheel definitely effects drivability of the car and significantly shortens life of the clutch disk. If you are buying an OEM flywheel, make sure you get the LSJ flywheel, not the LNF.
Best of luck!