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Kyle(Houston) 02-24-2009 05:46 PM

IPP JWT Clutch and Flywheel Combo with FREE Accessories
 
For the The370z members I am doing a super special deal :tup:

I am doing the most popular clutch and flywheel combo with a FREE SS Clutch Line, FREE nismo roller bearing, and FREE ground shipping. It doesn't get any better then that :icon17:

What is included in this package:

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The JWT Lightweight Flywheel and Clutch package for the 2009+ Nissan 370z

Plus

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The IPP SS Clutch Line

Plus

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The Nismo Roller bearing Pilot Bushing

I normally do the Combo for $775 shipped ground and then when you tack on the extras it comes out to $828 :eek:

For the The360z members I am doing the whole enchilada for $760 Shipped ground!!!

All you have to do is go to my site:

JWT Flywheel and Clutch combo

Then put the combo, clutch line, and nismo roller bearing in your cart and use coupon code: The370zcombo

You will get everything shipped to your door for $760 :tup:

Also for you G37 guys who roam this site. Don't fret :cool: You can also get in on this deal :tup:

Just go here: G37 JWT combo

Then put the combo, clutch line, and nismo roller bearing in your cart and use coupon code: The370zcombo

Also if you don't want the extra pieces or maybe just the clutch or flywheel but want a good discount just shoot me a PM for your best prices :tup:

ssqpolo 02-24-2009 06:56 PM

good deal man. what are the weight savings over stock? and has any been installed yet?

Kyle(Houston) 02-24-2009 07:09 PM

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Originally Posted by ssqpolo (Post 35088)
good deal man. what are the weight savings over stock? and has any been installed yet?

The stock flywheel is a dual mass which is pretty heavy at about 25 Lbs if I remember correctly. The JWT flywheel is 15Lbs so you get a great weight saving there. :tup:

I know of only a few of the 370z's that have done them but there has been many of the G37 and 07-08 350z guys that have put them on and really liked them.

RCZ 02-24-2009 08:47 PM

OK, if there are 370z's out there then could you tell us how it went? How does the synchro rev match system handle the lighter flywheel. Others and myself are very curious to find out what happens.

Kyle(Houston) 02-24-2009 09:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RCZ (Post 35169)
OK, if there are 370z's out there then could you tell us how it went? How does the synchro rev match system handle the lighter flywheel. Others and myself are very curious to find out what happens.

From what I have heard the Rev match works just like it did with the stock flywheel. The revs are faster and the motor responds quicker :tup:

The only negative I have heard is the noise from going from a dual mass flywheel to the single light weight flywheel. You will get some chatter and noise but the benefit from the quicker revs and shifting far out weighs the slight noise increase ;)

RCZ 03-01-2009 12:58 AM

Very good news for us all. This engine needs it.

Minicobra1 03-01-2009 06:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kyle(Houston) (Post 35210)
From what I have heard the Rev match works just like it did with the stock flywheel. The revs are faster and the motor responds quicker :tup:

The only negative I have heard is the noise from going from a dual mass flywheel to the single light weight flywheel. You will get some chatter and noise but the benefit from the quicker revs and shifting far out weighs the slight noise increase ;)

Wow, I was hoping it would eliminate some noise :rofl2: Mine sounds like an F'N cement mixer and I have the clunk and chatter when pushing in the clutch from 1st to 2nd or if I"m cruising a parking lot or stop and go traffic, while in first if I push the clutch in. Taken it to the dealer, and they are telling me that it's normal, :mad: haven't went to another dealer yet for a 2nd opinion. Really takes the fun out of driving the car, if I push the clutch in really slowly it doesn't make the clunk sound. Could this be the Hydraulic throw out bearing??

Kyle(Houston) 03-01-2009 11:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Minicobra1 (Post 37069)
Wow, I was hoping it would eliminate some noise :rofl2: Mine sounds like an F'N cement mixer and I have the clunk and chatter when pushing in the clutch from 1st to 2nd or if I"m cruising a parking lot or stop and go traffic, while in first if I push the clutch in. Taken it to the dealer, and they are telling me that it's normal, :mad: haven't went to another dealer yet for a 2nd opinion. Really takes the fun out of driving the car, if I push the clutch in really slowly it doesn't make the clunk sound. Could this be the Hydraulic throw out bearing??

Yeah the clunk is not normal at all. That might be a throw out bearing or maybe even a loose mount when they put it back together.

The cement mixer is normal and will get better over time :tup:

Kyle(Houston) 03-06-2009 05:03 PM

All PM's answered :tup:

Kyle(Houston) 03-31-2009 09:36 PM

Still rocking this deal :ughdance:

Kyle(Houston) 04-21-2009 10:06 PM

Still rocking this deal :happydance:

Zat_Zuma 04-22-2009 10:03 AM

Heck of a deal :ugh2: ...free bump for Kyle

I have one on my 07 roadster and just love it! It removes the lifeless soft feel of the stock clutch and makes a real difference in driveability.

It will be on my list of things to do when I get the new 370Z

Kyle(Houston) 04-28-2009 09:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zat_Zuma (Post 60856)
Heck of a deal :ugh2: ...free bump for Kyle

I have one on my 07 roadster and just love it! It removes the lifeless soft feel of the stock clutch and makes a real difference in driveability.

It will be on my list of things to do when I get the new 370Z

Thanks :tup:

Kyle(Houston) 06-16-2009 03:53 PM

Best deals....Best customer service...Fast shipping :tup:

zoltan370z 06-19-2009 01:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Minicobra1 (Post 37069)
Wow, I was hoping it would eliminate some noise :rofl2: Mine sounds like an F'N cement mixer and I have the clunk and chatter when pushing in the clutch from 1st to 2nd or if I"m cruising a parking lot or stop and go traffic, while in first if I push the clutch in. Taken it to the dealer, and they are telling me that it's normal, :mad: haven't went to another dealer yet for a 2nd opinion. Really takes the fun out of driving the car, if I push the clutch in really slowly it doesn't make the clunk sound. Could this be the Hydraulic throw out bearing??

I'm with minicobra. F**k all that clutch chatter. I came from an 06 mustang gt with a centerforce dual friction, and it didn't make nearly as much noise as the STOCK clutch and flywheel on the 370z. And dual frictions are known for noise. Make a quieter clutch and flywheel setup and maybe we can talk.


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