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Old 2nd April 2019, 12:11 AM Thread Starter
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Clutch calibration with ista?

Hi all - so about halfway through my last clutch life probably 6 years back it started getting a little sloppy. Someone on here recommended re calibrating it as a new clutch in dis and it would re-learn the adaptations which it did and work fine until it perished! I’m now at the same place again but no longer have dis on ista... can this be done on here if so how? And is there a better way? I’ve tried the holding paddles in neutral while driving trick never does much
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Hi all - so about halfway through my last clutch life probably 6 years back it started getting a little sloppy. Someone on here recommended re calibrating it as a new clutch in dis and it would re-learn the adaptations which it did and work fine until it perished! I’m now at the same place again but no longer have dis on ista... can this be done on here if so how? And is there a better way? I’ve tried the holding paddles in neutral while driving trick never does much
Clutch adaptation will need to be done via INPA, ISTA, DIS, or NCS. The torque map calibration procedure is a whole other thing.
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Ok what is the difference? I’m sure I said that it was a new clutch last time and it adjusted everything to good again is that not the best way to do business?
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