So, as with many of the subjects I try to research on here I come across threads that are many years old and have been abandoned without any update or resolution. Spending the last couple days searching what clutch would best suit me I have given up and started this thread. Since I’m pretty confident with my mechanical abilities I’ll be tackling this myself in the driveway over the course of a weekend. I’m going to make sure I have all the parts I want to change before starting so it can be driven ASAP. It’s not really a daily driver since I have a work vehicle and the wife has her own ride. The 10 spends most of its time under a cover on the side of the garage out of the way from any visiting vehicles as not to clog up the driveway. With that being said, performance wise the previous owner already had the rear cats removed and hi-flo magnaflow front cats leading into dual magnaflow mufflers. I installed a K&N drop in filter as well when I purchased it a little over a year ago. Anticipated future mods include: Full 3” exhaust with headers port matched, underdrive pulley, better coil wires, upgraded cam, port matched heads to intake, thinner head gaskets, 1.7 rockers, upgraded springs and pushrods, slow bleed lifters and a nice catch can setup. I’m not trying to break any records but want the best bang for my buck. For traction helpers I’ve got new energy susp leaf spring bushings, shortened sway bar links, new adjustable kicker shock, new poly snubber bumpers on the slapper bar, leaf spring clamps and an axle shim kit. Was looking to replace / upgrade the clutch with new flywheel and Viper hydraulics. Also gonna replace the rear main seal on the engine while I’m under there. Spec 3+ with aluminum flywheel looks good but then I saw a combo for a Centerforce and Viper hydraulics too. I def want an aluminum flywheel but the Fidanza is just so ridiculously overpriced. I remember seeing the price jump from last year from $680 to over $1000 now! So how is the Spec version? The Centerforce has a nice feature with the ball bearings once diaphragm spring pivot point and added centrifugal weights to assist with clamping force. I don’t wanna hear about how someone’s brand blew up or grenaded and that they would stay away from this brand or that brand. I haven’t seen enough evidence from these two brands that would scare me out from buying either. It’s probably coming to best price / combo. Throw out bearing included and alignment tool included, stuff like that helps. My intended use with be aggressive street driving and timed drag runs without worry that it will prematurely start slipping. I’ll break it in properly as well with a min of 500 miles of city driving before thrashing around. This clutch has been slipping since day one and I’ve already bled the master 3 times without any improvement. It has a high pedal and a soft launch (won’t break the tires loose). Pulls ok in 2nd and 3rd but slips real bad in 4th and above. Mileage is just under 30k and the original owner said it would need a clutch. So what does everyone recommend as a whole? Clutch, bearing, alignment tool, alum flywheel and Viper hydraulics. Ok go!!!