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The clutch just started to slip on my 91 5-speed Z. Damn! Can it be adjusted, or is it time for a new one? Anyone know how to adjust this (if you can)? What else can I try before getting a new one?

If the clutch is finished, how much should I expect to pay for a new one? including installation.

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sorry man there is no adjustment as the clutch is hydrolic (sp?) I'm not sure what the price would be tho porbably around 3-400 bucks???

just a guess

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I will make some calls tommorow and see how much $ it will cost me. I was gonna put on Moon's intake but it is totally useless if I'm losing all my torque when my clutch is slipping... I guess there will be no racing till I get her fixed.
Should I stick with a GM clutch or are there better replacements out there?? (performance clutches) keep in mind, I only street race, nothing serious...so reliability is the main factor here.

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The general concensous amoung 2nd gen owners is to avoid Centerforce. They fade way to quickly. The best choice for performance would seem to be Clutchmasters.
http://www.clutchmasters.com
The stage 2 or 3 is the best blend of performance and everyday driving, but the stage 1 should be good too. Stage 4 only for serious race applications. Gona run you $350 - $500 USD though, not including installation.
 
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