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This is a discussion on clutch setup? within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; what kind of setup should i do for my t/a. i just put a exedy twin plate clutch in and ...

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    clutch setup?

    what kind of setup should i do for my t/a. i just put a exedy twin plate clutch in and to get the car into first and reverse when im sitting still i have to push to clutch all the way to the floor and its still a pain in the ass to get it in gear. the clutches pressure point is like right when i let off of it instead of maybe half way out like i think it should be. what can i do to fix this? its already bled all the way so i know thats not the problem, and i just put a new master slave in it so i konw thats not it eather.

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    adjustable master cylinder?

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    nope i sure dont have an adjustable master slave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98silveraptorhoodws7
    nope i sure dont have an adjustable master slave.
    Tobynine9 means you'll probably need one...
    I'm the same opinion.

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    Say that again, brother.

    My clutch is fine. I was suggesting an adjustable unit for his new Exedy clutch. The adjustable master cylinders allow you to adjust where the clutch engages/disengages. That might fix it. But it's another $300 on top of your super-essspensive Exedy.

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    ...or modify the stock unit.
    I did it and it works like a charm.

    The McLoud adjustable master has a bigger diameter: it moves more fluid with the same piston movement.

    You can also play with shims under the slave cylinder but it's a pain in the butt.
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