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Old 11-27-2011, 05:53 PM
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6speed with stock clutch with stage ones and a chip

im doing a zf6 swap and the trans im gettin has a new stock clutch. how long would this last with 175cc swamps stage ones and php tunning? hopefully it will last a little untill i can upgrade thanks!! thanks for the imput
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:52 PM
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no one knows??????
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I would say that as soon as your turbo lights up its going to slip. I put a mid-grade (Con-O i think) south bend clutch in mine installed stage 1's (160cc) and as soon as the truck would start boosting it would slip, so that stocker you have would surely slip. I had to upgrade to the Southbend Con-Ofe, I should have got it first and saved some dough. Thats the direction I recommend going, cost will be around 900-950 bucks. You get everything you need!
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:06 PM
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so that means i gotta baby it for awhile then.
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Yeah just baby it for a bit. The stockers are junk in these trucks. I have slung springs out with a completely stock truck.
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You might be able to get a way babying it un-loaded, but once you try to pull I'm sure the load on the engine will make it slip. Honestly, based on my own experience, you should just get the new clutch kit before installing the ZF, and then your done, and don't have to re-pull the tranny. I did it the hard way and wound up having to pull the tranny twice, as i am sure you know these suckers are a pain and almost impossible to do by yourself. BTW your truck is BAD A$$! Is it your daily driver? What kind of smoke do you get with the 175s?
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:40 PM
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thanks bud. smoke wise it smokes just about the way my split stockers did maybe a little more but the power diff was amazing. php tunning cleared the smoke alot. my wildman tunning on the other hand seems to just dump it. it get quite annoying sometimes. yea this truck is my daily driver i do not tow anything with it ever. yes i know why did i get a dually and not haul anything. i have always got asked about that and the truth is.. i always loved duallys since i was little and now i have a b.a. job thats what i wanted. now i just need a good clutch and a 38r and i will have a bad tow rig.
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Old 11-28-2011, 04:50 PM
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I'm not a hater man, people ask me why I got a dually as well. I tell them the same thing, cause I wanted one! I just got a wicked wheel in the mail, won't be able get it in until after finals are over which is in a couple weeks. What kind of improvement did you get putting the wheel in? I'm afraid I should have just waited and saved up to get a 38r. But, at 65 bucks i couldn't resist. What did you do with your 4r100?
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trading my 4r100 for a zf6 6 speed manual trans. doing the swap this weekend. with the wicked wheel all it does is takes your turbo surge away. you can actually hear it though not like the stock one. with the foil delete its even louder. which i see you have done that already.
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If I can rev up to about 2800 rpms in my dually and dump the clutch with zero clutch slip and light up the tires out to about 60ft, why would adding a performance mod suddenly cause the clutch to start slipping?

I'm just trying to understand why changing out injectors and whatnot would suddenly render the stock clutch inadequate. Now...if you suddenly started pushing 40psi of boost with huge injectors, I could see it.
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