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    be prepared for a bigger left leg lol.... iv got that clutch and didn't quite realise how heavy it was until I took mine out. It may settle down abit after a few miles but the bite point is on or off

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    Yeah Iv heard that. People who have it say once you have given it some after a while it settles down. Itís bad enough with the pedal box anyway so itís going to be terrible with this clutch in too haha


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    I Have the same clutch and Flywheel too ! Mine is still as hard , its literally on or off the bite !

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    Quote Originally Posted by nelsonsx View Post
    It's running 370bhp 360lbft at moment. Doesn't sound much but most my time was spent on chassis and aero so in track it is truely quick.
    Just dropped oil in gearbox. Pretty sure these bits are supposed to be still in there


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    Such a bad pun but i did lol
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    Donít encourage him


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    Quick query. I think the answer is yes but it may not matter.
    If I'm.getting the block decked, just literally skim it to clean the face, there's nothing wrong with it. Will it need the timing chain cover fitted to be machined with it so there level.

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    100% yes. It’s a necessity
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    It did make full sense to do so. Thank you for the confirmation. Much appriciated.

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    I used to have that clutch I recon its what blew my left knee to bits. I would look into getting a 'nismo' clutch slave cylinder. although if I were you I would just fit a stronger gearbox.

    be sure to swap those crappy Philips countersunk screws in the oil pump for hex drive ones. locktite them in also so they don't come loose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by green_rs13 View Post
    I used to have that clutch I recon its what blew my left knee to bits. I would look into getting a 'nismo' clutch slave cylinder. although if I were you I would just fit a stronger gearbox.

    be sure to swap those crappy Philips countersunk screws in the oil pump for hex drive ones. locktite them in also so they don't come loose.
    Cheers il do that. And iv got a 350z box to go in thank you for the info.

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    Well eventually started the engine build. Or should I say engine tear down. Everything's apart. Need to give things a good clean down that I'm.keeping. Other bits can be thrown in the bin. And once I get new timing cover it can all go for machining

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