I'm trying to understand how a twin/dual line Slave works with a single line Master? I don't know of any aftermarket Master for these cars. Matter-o-fact, I just got my 6060 back from Tick (full rebuild ++) and we talked slaves and is there one I should upgrade to? The answer was no. Now I have the McLeod RXT (just had it rebuilt also $600), and maybe he didn't mention the Tilton because he knew I was keeping my clutch. That sure looks like a sweet set up tho. I'm real interested to hear how it works. Best of luck, because I'm with you... I'M DONE PULLING THIS FUCKING TRANS OUT!!! Actually thinking of selling the car after break-in is complete.. Thinking V3 with only 3 mods... Exhaust, CAI, pulley and tune, then drive..The 6000 series Tilton slaves are adjustable, which is nice. I like to keep tolerances tight, was planning to install one of these regardless of the clutch type, screw adjust with lock nut design, super cool.
My main concern is the input shaft pilot length and how far up the shaft the splines extend to engage disks. The overall hight of the slave is approx 0.6" more than stock, thick aluminum base. I always measure for gap prior to install, so it's not too much more effort, good practice to always measure for gap any how. The Tilton flywheel plate is raised and the slave has a thicker base plate, so the gap distance seems to average out. But my main fear is that if the splines don't extend far enough up the input shaft, it's a big no go! Glad you raised the concern, may have saved me much aggravation, time, and money!
Both Tick and Tilton assured me, but I will call in the morning, make sure there was not miscommunication.