Thank you all for your responses. I have the car back and it runs perfectly. I need new rotors and pads and I think I will replace these myself. UUC has asked for pictures of the clutch and flywheel. I will send these tomorrow. 9000 miles and $5000.00 on two new flywheels and clutches is a bit extreme. There are only 4 possibilities that I can see.
1. I abused the clutch and it is my fault.
2. The UUC parts were defective or were never quality parts.
3. The dealer made a mistake on install of the UUC parts.
4. The drive shaft was faulty which caused the initial clutch to fail and then did the same to second and finally quit working all together.
I am thinking that I should take the dealer and UUC to court and we all can point fingers at each other.
Also, the vibration that I experienced after the install of the new clutch and flywheel was obvious at 60mph between 3000 and 4000rpm when the car was not accelerating. I asked the service advisor it the car had been test driven and he said the techs would not drive the car faster than 55 mph and they were not going to risk their job for my car. When asked where they had test driven the car and at what speed he said that he didn't know. Since there are only secondary roads around the shop, I do not believe 55 miles per hour was reached either.