Jason was going to look into it today. No doubt they will figure it out! I thought I'd ask just to see if you guys knew any secrets. I thought I read, or maybe in a discussion with Peter, something about switching the slave cylinder pin for the stock one?
Jason drove the car to an M Atlanta meet last night. The car drove great, nice and smooth, no hard shifts or driving yet though. He also said the clutch point was anything off the floor. *eeps* He also said if you didn't press the clutch firmly to the floor, it would be tough getting it into gear. Is that typical of the UUC kit? Any way to make it better?
Doesn't sound like they installed the 850 csi slave cylinder with the kit. That IMHO is essential and results in a very high engagement point and a very light clutch, making for very quick shifts.
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