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This is a discussion on clutch adjustment within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Originally Posted by dabest09 But I won't have to crawl under the car every time I change clutch fluid, which ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dabest09 View Post
    But I won't have to crawl under the car every time I change clutch fluid, which is often.
    I think you need to re-read my long post, my friend..... No crawling required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by az gt eater View Post
    I think you need to re-read my long post, my friend..... No crawling required.
    Oh ok got it. Is bleeding with the MV just as effective as traditional bleeding?
    Also is it possible to change the clutch fluid with the speed bleeder or does it only allow you to bleed the system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dabest09 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by az gt eater View Post
    I think you need to re-read my long post, my friend..... No crawling required.
    Oh ok got it. Is bleeding with the MV just as effective as traditional bleeding?
    Also is it possible to change the clutch fluid with the speed bleeder or does it only allow you to bleed the system?
    the mighty vac is the way to go also the speed bleeder and together they are awsome. However you need to pull the tranny to install the speed blender on to the slave. So my 2cents get the MV and follow above instructions. Got mine from ebay
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    The speed bleeder will allow you to flush virtually all of the fluid. And, yes, you will need to remove the transmission to install it. If you are a gorilla like me, you can R and R the tranny by yourself, but no one has arms long enough to bleed the clutch system alone with just the speed bleeder. With the Mity Vac, you can do it alone.

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    What are y'all's opinion on the motive power bleeder? I've done a little research and it seems it's better than the mity vac.

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