Originally Posted by scott_0
lol this is my first auto Mustang, NOT my first Mustang, my 2011 GT
was an M6 with no spring for 3yrs, with no issues, guess they built them better back then huh?
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Well first of all, you could have had damage without knowing. And years don't matter. Mileage matters. I had 88,000 miles on my 2011 and the slave cylinder was leaking and my clutch pedal wasn't returning fully.
What you don't understand is that over time, the issue gets worse and worse. It starts by not returning by a fraction of an inch, not even enough for you to notice, and the more mileage you add, the worse it gets. Mine started with no play just like yours. It's like everything else...some people will have issues and some won't.
Your argument is like saying...oh I had 700hp on my 2011 gt with stock internals for three years with no problems. All stock engines are good for that...
we all know that there are tons of factors that would come into play with that scenario and the clutch spring is no different. It depends on several factors and not everyone has issues. But the risk is there.
And either way...you have an A6. There's a throttle lag topic somewhere on here that I'm sure you could chime in on.
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