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    I just got my new LS7 clutch installed with the Tick Master cylinder. I knew that the clutch was going to have a stiffer feel to it. My issue is that the clutch engages really quick almost with no travel at all. Is there a way to adjust that with the Tick Master Cylinder to get a more driveable feel to it. Mostly so it doesn't engage so quickly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 98ramairguy View Post
    I just got my new LS7 clutch installed with the Tick Master cylinder. I knew that the clutch was going to have a stiffer feel to it. My issue is that the clutch engages really quick almost with no travel at all. Is there a way to adjust that with the Tick Master Cylinder to get a more driveable feel to it. Mostly so it doesn't engage so quickly?
    Any new clutch will engage right off the floor until it's broken in. Mine was the same way and I have a Spec. I would run it awhile first.
    It's on jackstands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 98ramairguy View Post
    I just got my new LS7 clutch installed with the Tick Master cylinder. I knew that the clutch was going to have a stiffer feel to it. My issue is that the clutch engages really quick almost with no travel at all. Is there a way to adjust that with the Tick Master Cylinder to get a more driveable feel to it. Mostly so it doesn't engage so quickly?
    This is a problem?

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    Kinda what J said too lol. Most of us want that. Helps with faster shifts

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