We combined the clutch kit with the SFI-approved Prolite Xact Flywheel (PN 600585; $350), which has a terrifically low weight of 14.7 pounds. The combo has proven after-track use and extended street driving to maintain its user-friendliness and easy operation with crisp throttle response. We also installed a new hydraulic slave cylinder (PN SACHS PN SH6414; $87) that actuates the clutch and pilot bearing (ACDelco PN CT1078; $14) from Rock Auto. It took Greg a little over two hours to reassemble the trans, and another couple hours to put it back into the GTO. With its upgraded parts and Pennzoil Synchromesh Manual Transmission Fluid in it, the trans shifts buttery smooth and there is a positive feel to each gear selection. It’s the perfect build for our demands and makes the car more enjoyable to drive every day.