Do not fix it half way by removing the clutch assist spring. Such a stupid and half a$$ed way to do it. Replace your stock hydraulic clutch line, very easy to do and many choices are out there. The factory clutch does not like high rpm shifts due to the small diameter and high expansion of the factory hydraulic line. Replace it, top off your fluid, pump your clutch 100 times because it's a self bleeding system, recheck fluid, and enjoy. The best $60-$80 you'll ever spend on your car. Good luck!
Best 1/4: 1.90 60ft. - 12.15 @ 119mph on Street Tires.
460.25rwhp & 408.28rwtq SAE on a Dynojet 224xLC
Tuned by Matt Lepkowski, owner and operator a Performance Evolution in Smyrna, DE.