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Old 01-26-2015, 12:55 PM   #1
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Clutch stifness

Is there anyway to make the clutch easier to push in? Since my car is a daily its getting kinda tiring
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Im sure you could put a clutch in with lighter springs, but if you try to make the clutch easier to push in with the stock clutch, you are going to have to get more leverage on it. Maybe a longer clutch pedal that gives you more leverage. Otherwise its probably gonna be tough. I think getting a longer pedal to work in there will be hard anyway because of spacial considerations.

You also might be able to get an aftermarket quadrant.
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650 bucks for a hydraulic clutch conversion at american muscle

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Rig up a brake booster to assist clutch actuation instead of brakes lol
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New clutch. Or if you have an aftermarket cable that can cause issues too. Welcome to having a cable clutch honestly....
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You'll get used to it, just takes a while. I'm running an aftermarket cable and quadrant and compared to stock I didn't notice much difference.

I remember the first time I drove my car..I had done some quats in the gym the night before...omg it was bad.
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Hmmm man up? Lol welcome to cable clutches

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Once again, BEWARE of aftermarket cables. It isn't just people like me saying "omg i heard that aftermarket cables sucked from some rando on the interwebs!12221211!"

This is why you should never EVER use an aftermarket cable



Top is aftermarket, bottom is OEM.
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Old 02-05-2015, 08:37 PM   #9
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hmm. I actually thought the clutch peddle was soft compared to the monster stg 3 clutch I had in my zo6
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