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CZP Upgraded Clutch / Flywheel Combo Kit w/ CSC Concentric Slave Cylinder, VQ35HR VQ37VHR - Nissan 350Z 370Z / Infiniti G35 G37 Q60

Manufacturer: CZP
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$ 545 00
$ 495 00
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Customer Questions

Question:

So I was going to upgrade my clutch, should I also upgrade my csc and my master? - Marcos A

Answer:

Hey Marcos, we pretty much recommend replacing the slave every time you pull the transmission, and you generally want to replace the master whenever the slave is replaced. Upgraded versions are generally just going to be more reliable than the stock and standard replacements.

Question:

Hello, which clutch disk would you recommend for someone with a stock VQ35HR that will see the occasional track day? Would the stage 2 be fine, or should I go with the stage 3 for the added safety window? Thanks - Nate

Answer:

Hey Nate, the Stage 3 will handle hard launches a lot better, but it's also going to be less enjoyable to drive on the street. If you're not launching the car from a dig, or it's more important to maintain streetability, we'd lean towards the Stage 2.

Question:

What are the torque specs for the clutch and flywheel? - Alex

Answer:

Hi Alex, for the pressure plate, you tighten in two steps (11 ft-lbs, then 29 ft-lbs). The flywheel-to-crank goes to 65 ft-lbs.

Reviews

Rated 4.8/5 based on 3 customer reviews

Purchased the stage 2 kit along with the JWT concentric slave cylinder for my fully built ‘08 supercharged coupe pushing 11psi. Perfect combination! The pedal feel is slightly heavier then stock but not noticeable to an untrained foot. I actually prefer the feel it over factory. There is some chatter at idle in neutral but it’s not the loudest by far compared to some other brands. I would highly recommend this product for anyone looking for spirited daily driving!

Purchased for a 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe w/51k miles. Extra chatter from the flywheel in neutral and low RPMs but is expected with reduction in weight. Clutch is back to normal factory feel after 2 weeks of driving. Car is definitely more responsive. Highly recommend.

Just got it installed and my 370Z NISMO feels great clutch pedal feels weird though

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$ 545 00
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Description

We've put together the perfect clutch and flywheel kit for those looking for an affordable replacement clutch kit which has the ability to hold more power than the stock clutch while still giving you smooth reliable shifts.

Kit includes: Clutch disc, Pressure plate, Lightweight Chromoly Flywheel (19lbs), Concentric Slave Cylinder, Pilot bearing & Clutch alignment tool

With this kit you can select a stage 1 or stage 2 clutch disc. Hover over the pictures below for more information!


WARNING, if you don't replace your master cylinder at the same time, warranty will be voided.

When replacing the slave cylinder, we highly recommend replacing the master cylinder at the same time. Contaminants in the fluid often cause the masters to fail at or near the same time, and opening and re-bleeding the system tends to facilitate failure.

ONE TIME NO HASSLE WARRANTY

While we firmly believe that clutches don't spontaneously fail or "go bad," CZP Clutches offer our "ONE TIME HASSLE FREE" warranty, which means if you blow up your clutch, we'll send a replacement at no charge to you, regardless of the cause! But remember, it's only the first one. If you trash your second clutch, we might make fun of you and tell you to buy an automatic!

For full terms and details of this warranty, please see our Policies page here.

Compatibility

Our new Compatibility checking feature is still being updated and revised. If you have questions about vehicle fitment, please contact us.

Customer Questions

Question:

So I was going to upgrade my clutch, should I also upgrade my csc and my master? - Marcos A

Answer:

Hey Marcos, we pretty much recommend replacing the slave every time you pull the transmission, and you generally want to replace the master whenever the slave is replaced. Upgraded versions are generally just going to be more reliable than the stock and standard replacements.

Question:

Hello, which clutch disk would you recommend for someone with a stock VQ35HR that will see the occasional track day? Would the stage 2 be fine, or should I go with the stage 3 for the added safety window? Thanks - Nate

Answer:

Hey Nate, the Stage 3 will handle hard launches a lot better, but it's also going to be less enjoyable to drive on the street. If you're not launching the car from a dig, or it's more important to maintain streetability, we'd lean towards the Stage 2.

Question:

What are the torque specs for the clutch and flywheel? - Alex

Answer:

Hi Alex, for the pressure plate, you tighten in two steps (11 ft-lbs, then 29 ft-lbs). The flywheel-to-crank goes to 65 ft-lbs.

Reviews

Rated 4.8/5 based on 3 customer reviews

Purchased the stage 2 kit along with the JWT concentric slave cylinder for my fully built ‘08 supercharged coupe pushing 11psi. Perfect combination! The pedal feel is slightly heavier then stock but not noticeable to an untrained foot. I actually prefer the feel it over factory. There is some chatter at idle in neutral but it’s not the loudest by far compared to some other brands. I would highly recommend this product for anyone looking for spirited daily driving!

Purchased for a 2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe w/51k miles. Extra chatter from the flywheel in neutral and low RPMs but is expected with reduction in weight. Clutch is back to normal factory feel after 2 weeks of driving. Car is definitely more responsive. Highly recommend.

Just got it installed and my 370Z NISMO feels great clutch pedal feels weird though

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