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Old 07-16-2011, 04:35 AM   #1
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Is there anyway to adjust the engagement? I jsut installed a 6 puck Comp Clutch and it Pulls out right off the floor and doesnt disengage until I push it completly to the floor. Is there a way to adjust the pedal for a better pull that is closer to the middle of the clutch pedal travel?
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I have driven other cars with heavy clutches and all of them have been like that. To my knowledge I dont think there is a way to adjust it.
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I'm having the same problem. Ive change the master, replaced the rubber line to a hard line, bled the ____ out of it, adjusted the pedal all the way up top, added a longer rod on the slave, I'm all out of ideas. It sucks because I can't go through the gears quickly, it grinds the gears. Please some one HELP!!!!!
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I have the ACT 6puck with their most aggressive pressure plate.....
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as far as I know, there is no adjustment for the clutch pedal.
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I'm having the same problem. Ive change the master, replaced the rubber line to a hard line, bled the ____ out of it, adjusted the pedal all the way up top, added a longer rod on the slave, I'm all out of ideas. It sucks because I can't go through the gears quickly, it grinds the gears. Please some one HELP!!!!!


You say u did adjust the pedal so there is some adjustment on the floor or did you have to modify anything?
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theres a adjustment u can make on the back of the pedal...just look behind it....
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it adjusts the height of the pedal...
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i had the same problem... i cut the rod in half behind the clutch got a seprate rod and a longer nut and tied the 2 together and now my clutch disengages about halfway or higher
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