Twin Disc Clutch LS to Tremec T56 6 Bolt - Ceremetallic

Regular price $2,115.00 Sale

A twin disc ceremetallic clutch from Mantic USA is the perfect setup for any LS Swap using a Tremec T56 transmission. Popular for any Pro Touring, Rat Rod, Hot Rod, Muscle Car or GM LS swap conversion. Perfect for a daily driver yet tough enough to handle any upgrades like superchargers, turbo, nitrous or strong N/A builds. 

These LS conversion clutch kits offer up to 1010 ft-lbs of torque capacity at the crank, roughly 820-850 ft-lbs at the wheels.  NOTE: Capacity will vary with use and type of power adder being utilized. 

We provide all the necessary hardware like flywheel, T/O bearing, bolts and alignment tool all in one package. The premium ceremetallic friction material and all billet construction make it more durable than stock clutch yet easy for everyday street driving and durable for street or track use. 

Pedal effort remains relatively low, approximately 12-15% increase over the OE clutch pedal feel.This Mantic Clutch kit uses our unique sprung center with cushioned organic twin discs. This equates to more torque capacity and heat resistance while retaining excellent drivability. The Mantic twin disc clutches use dual 9in diameter discs that greatly reduces the MOI (Moment of Inertia). This allows more power to the ground as well as quicker more precise shifts. The lightweight flywheel revs quicker compared to the heavier OE flywheels.

The clutch is modular in construction for ease of service and is completely rebuildable. The billet red clutch cover and supporting components are machined from billet stock adding strength and durability. Billet will not flex under heavy load like the typical weaker stamped steel kits.

 

Application: LS to T56 Transmission, 6 Bolt Flywheel

Mantic Part Number: M921201

 

Complete Kit Includes :

Twin Disc Clutch - Ceremetallic Material

Lightened Steel Flywheel ( 16 lbs )

New OE Hydraulic Release bearing

New Flywheel Bolts 

All Necessary Hardware

Cool James Bond Style Carrying Case