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I recently installed a Lenco CS1 4 spd and the Director of Tech at the track I race at told me I must have my Lakewood bell housing, Ram clutch, flywheel, Stroud blanket recertified. I am new to the clutch scene...

How much does this cost?

I assume the recertification is done by the original manufacturer?


Thank you in advnace for your input!
 

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i am no where ner your power level, i didn't know that it had to be recertified? I mean, yeah when i get my shit refreshed at mcleod, it has a new sticker on it. but i haven't sent the mcleod hsg back for a recert? i mean how does a bellhousing go bad?
 

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Dont know....and I agree at least on the bell housing.

The other items I can see the value in a recert...nevertheless all have to be recert'd.
 

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Dont know....and I agree at least on the bell housing.

The other items I can see the value in a recert...nevertheless all have to be recert'd.
the funny part is I beleive only the bellhousing needs a re cert every 4 years, I better re - read the rulebook to be sure........
 

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I recently installed a Lenco CS1 4 spd and the Director of Tech at the track I race at told me I must have my Lakewood bell housing, Ram clutch, flywheel, Stroud blanket recertified. I am new to the clutch scene...

How much does this cost?

I assume the recertification is done by the original manufacturer?


Thank you in advnace for your input!
I run a Ram clutch w/sintered iron disc and when I send it to recertify they must rebuild it at around $500.
Bell at McCleod is about $100 with shipping.
Blanket not needed with a stick.

Clutch and flywheel every two years.
Bellhousing every five years.
Hope this helps.
 
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