2018+ Clutch Upgrade

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I know there's a recent clutch upgrade thread on here but it's for a 2017.

Anyways, the clutch on my car feels super heavy so I'm probably going to end up replacing it if I can't figure out what's wrong. My car is NA and street driven. Although at some point I want to take it to a track to have some fun.

Here are the two clutches that I am considering:
https://www.lethalperformance.com/mcleod-rst-twin-disc-clutch-2018-2020-mustang-gt-6333825.html
https://www.lethalperformance.com/l...el-23-spline-800-hp-2018-2020-mustang-gt.html

Does anyone here recommend one over the other (or maybe something else even)? While things are open I was planning on having a new pilot bearing, throwout bearing, and a steel braided line installed. Should anything else get done besides a new shifter?

I've found the right throwout bearing/slave cylinder (JR3Z-7A508-A). Can anyone help me find the right pilot bearing for a 2018+? Is it (M-7600-C)?

 
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The RST clutch will do well for you on a daily & occasional track use. I Have everything you need in stock I sent you a PM

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