Just did my clutch line
it took about 2 solid hours, but that's doing it in the driveway with one jack and a jackstand. The hardest part after finding where the line plugs into the left side(drivers) of the tranny, was getting the line to actually go into its receptacle. But I have to say this if my disabled *** can do it, anyone can( Combat & IED's really wear on your mind and body). I turned the car on when I pumped up the clutch and yes it does go all the way to the floor and stay there so you have to do it by hand to pull it out and push it in, then it will start building pressure and it will go back to normal. once I could feel pressure I tried keeping the pedal held down for 5 seconds then kept repeating and the pedal came back within 10 minutes. I'm going to the drag strip tomorrow so I'll report back if I notice a difference in the shift quality or not.
BOSS intake, Steeda CAI, SCT livewire TS, A.R. long tubes & 3" X-pipe, Bassani axle back, AMR wheels, Steeda upper&lower control arms, Raxiom Black Projector/HALO headlights, Trufiber hood, CS/BOSS front & rear valence, BOSS splitter, Stainless Braided Clutch Line, TruCarbon CF Grille, MMD Black tail light trim & Trunk Emblem Surround, Carbon Fiber Dash Overlay Kit. Barton Industries Short Shifter and Bracket, DSS 3.5" Aluminum driveshaft. 417 HP 373 lbsft at wheels and loving it.