I'm not sure if they have one or not, I personally haven't changed a standard in an ecotec. Even if they do most of the time its fine to reuse the old one even though best practice is to change it.
I've been told they aren't as nice to do as the old 2.2 ohv transmissions were but still not horrible. As for price, most people I've talked to say you're looking at $1000-$1200 for the job at a shop.
Do not replace the atf fluid with dex6 as people have complained of problems and gm now has a manual transmission lubricant that they say should be used.
I stick to dealer or exedy or LUK clutch kits but it gets pricey at the dealer. I've never had a single problem with a LUK clutch and I've done probably 50 and my dad has done hundreds if not thousands over his 35 year career. I've heard stock clutch is good into the 13's so no need to listen to ppl BS about stage 1 clutches and whatnot
2009 Ford Escape Limited - 3.0L, 6 speed auto, 4x4, 25/33 city/hwy imp mpg.
2017 F150 XLT-XTR - 5.0L, 4x4, 3.55's, E-locker, xtr chrome package, fx4 off-road package.
20/25 imp mpg