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The dash connector is a 40 way connector to allow the dash to be easier to remove. I’ll post more photos later today. You can buy them from Mouser and it uses GT150 and GT280 terminals


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Brake cooling ducts. We routed the air into the DSE hydro formed frame rail for the brake cooling. We did a similar thing on Hellfire.



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Brake cooling ducts. We routed the air into the DSE hydro formed frame rail for the brake cooling. We did a similar thing on Hellfire.



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I forgot to post these. Looks like a nice part. I won’t know until I drive it a bit.








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I forgot to post these. Looks like a nice part. I won’t know until I drive it a bit.
Cerametallic variety I assume. I went with the same one in my Optima Vette build....so far I am very impressed. On the lighter side and still good street manners. One of the race shops that has several customers running them in track cars have all reported to be holding up well. And this comes from a shop that has either themselves or seen customer's clutches fail in all the other top brands. If I hadn't already purchased the DYAD for the Camaro build it would have this clutch in it too. The Tilton 6000 series TOB has a better seal design as well IMO which I do have in both.
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No I went with the street one. I got it from Summit. My DYAD always on back order for 9 months. I decided to try the Tilton.

The floater plate is strapped like the OE style clutch’s. I hope this stops the floater plate from rattling.



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Does the CF DYAD rattle?
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Does the CF DYAD rattle?

The older ones did. The last one I put into Gunner was quite for about a year then rattled a little. Love the DYAD. It shifts great and it well made. When I assembled the engine to the transmission they were on back order. So called Summit and had this clutch in 3 days.


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