3. The clutch actuation parts aren’t included in the Elite kit since one can either go mechanical or hydraulic. The mechanical kit runs $350, and the hydraulic kit is a bit more at $595. Because it’s easy to install, compact, and in our opinion, simpler to deal with, we went hydraulic. The kit came with a GM throw out bearing, shorty-style Tilton master, billet firewall mounting bracket, remote reservoirs, and a bunch of fittings. The firewall bracket is especially nice since it seals the required hole in the firewall and is much stronger than the angled steel plate brackets we’ve used in the past.