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This is a discussion on clutch questions within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; Yeah...the syringe method the guy used for the Corvettes in that link you showed me also seems like it would ...

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    Yeah...the syringe method the guy used for the Corvettes in that link you showed me also seems like it would work well also

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    Quote Originally Posted by unibuga View Post
    Yeah...the syringe method the guy used for the Corvettes in that link you showed me also seems like it would work well also
    thats what i thought too. why buy that mityvac if a large syringe would work?

    whatever, to each his own. i'm going to check my fluid on my lunch break today.

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    well i just checked the fluid and its deff. nice and black ....so i suppose ill change it lol

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    I was having trouble shifting and getting a floppy non returning pedal.
    My fluiud was black. I put a Tick master in last weekend. OMG What a difference. Shifts great now. Not to hard to install.

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    Yeah the main thing right now is a lack of money because I'm a full time student. And I'm pay for all my college by my self .I'm smart for doin some community college cuz its cheaper....but anyways I did like the master cylinder seemed good.... also sometimes my peddle sticks half way but it feels more mechanical than fluid for that issue but Idk

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    My peddle had been sticking too. Mainly when I drove it hard. Have not
    had that happen again since I replaced the master. I did not really realize how bad it was until it was replaced. Clutch feels completely different now.
    Sucks the Tick is so dang expensive. It is a nice unit though. Wish I would have took a pic of the 2 next to each other. Your like really that little POS was in my car......

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    Heres another clutch question i have a whole new clutch assembly for my ta i had a dude at ky clutch build it for the car but he gave me a stock throw out and slave how much will those stock parts hold im a little concerned giving the car only has 80000 miles and this will be the third clutch in this car. Ps the person who owned it before me couldn't drive a m6 to save his life and he put a ceramic clutch in a stock car idk what the reasoning was behind it but whatever.

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