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DIY: Video how to replace Clutch/Flywheel and Concentric slave cylinder

gonna start making videos on how to do things on g37/370z let me know if you like it. https://youtu.be/L3slz_M3AUM

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gonna start making videos on how to do things on g37/370z let me know if you like it.


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Good concise vid. My clutch is on its way out and this makes me wanna do it myself. Have you installed any zspeed cmak kits? Do you prefer the jwt csc over the cmak kit or vice versa?

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ZSpeed CMAK > all others
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ZSpeed CMAK > all others
:i agree:

I think it's pretty dumb to not put a CMAK in. You already have the trans out. Why put the hydraulics back inside the bell housing instead of putting it back where it belongs?

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Z Speed does make a good CMAK. I have their HD slave cylinder in my car though. It should out last my clutch.
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Good concise vid. My clutch is on its way out and this makes me wanna do it myself. Have you installed any zspeed cmak kits? Do you prefer the jwt csc over the cmak kit or vice versa?

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I like concentric slave cylinders the whole failure of them is usually due to factory being plastic.

I prefer the JWT slave just because it is a bolt in job, no lines to run nothing special so its as close to factory fitment.

However my old G37 had a zspeed csc for about 30k miles and about 150 track days and never failed so i have nothing against z speed

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sorry misread, I dont like converting to CMAK personally due to my preference for the feel of the CSC set up over the fork set up but to each their own, I have never installed one on a 370z so I dont have an opinion.
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