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I’ve made a 7.25” Quartermaster V-drive clutch fit on an LE5 GM Ecotec motor.  The issue that I’m having is it needs more fluid to the throw out bearing than the stock master cylinder can provide.  The Cobalts electric power steering really complicates making a new master/pedal work. And it’s now 50pts. 

It’s got a new flywheel modified to fit on the LE5, brand new clutch discs for  the F23 trans, used but good mid plates and a 0.160” throw out bearing spacer.  It uses the auto flex plate that is included too.  


Id let it go for $200. 



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