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Old 09-11-2012, 05:12 PM   #71
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Awesome. Did they detail it too
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Old 09-11-2012, 06:28 PM   #72
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Awesome. Did they detail it too
Sorta a$$ed, but I was gonna give a good cleaning tonight anyway.

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Had a chance to drive her now. So funny, you forget how time and miles can make a tranny sloppy. This thing is nice and tight. No slop in the shifter. It is gonna take a while to used to this clutch. There's no room to slip the clutch. It's like grab or no grab. Do the firewall adjusters minimize your travel?
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Lolololol. I watched this video and like 5 comments down this guy is arguing and mentions the engine will overpower braking... Wtf? You have at least 1.5x the braking power than engine power, especially in a fukin prius... Idiots.
Haha! The people on YouTube make laugh! Long time no see!
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Haha! The people on YouTube make laugh! Long time no see!
Totally! Been awhile because college is keeping me busy.
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Old 10-07-2012, 10:43 PM   #75
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I got on her, up to about 5500rpm, this past Friday. The clutch seems to grab really good. I just passed the official 750 mile break-in, so it's on!

After using my new clutch over the past few weeks, I am definitely wanting to adjust my over-all clutch height and travel. The "slip" area of this clutch is a much smaller area than the stock clutch. I assuming that's true for all performance clutches. I'm now planning to work on this here soon.

I'm wondering if I have to get a clutch pedal lowering kit (Maximum Motorsports) or if this can be accomplished with a free play setup alone?
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