Originally Posted by Cam416
My car is 2003 Mustang GT. As far as I know it's stock clutch , cable and quadrant. I'm looking at getting a center force clutch and factor cable. I was told the plastic quadrant is best over billet ones.
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Plastic breaks, aluminum is much stronger and better suited for a heavier clutch. In reality, at 14 years old the plastic is likely brittle.
Put your foot under the clutch pedal and lift up. If it is the stock quadrant it is self adjusting. You should hear it click as it rotates upward.
Don't force it and break things.
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