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    Clutch pedal

    Ok I just picked up a 2016 gt350 and i hate the way the clutch engages and feels.

    I went from gt's to an 04 cobra and then added the boss. That took a week to get use to but still i can modulate the clutch through the stoke of the pedal. with the GT350 it doesnt begin to release until almost the top of the pedal stroke and the release window is tiny. Also the pedal feels is super light.

    put simply my cobra will wear your leg out in about 30 minutes and my boss takes about half the effort the gt350 takes literally no effort and i do not like it.

    will a spring change this or is there something else i should try?

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    You might go to the forum mustangg.com and go to the Shelby GT 350 section and do a search about clutch spring. There has been numerous discussion about the feel of the clutch on that forum in the past. And some replace the spring with I believe called a Steeda spring and like it better, and some not.

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    johnny1 is correct. Quite a few GT350 owners have replaced the stock clutch spring with a Steeda clutch spring. Just google it and order it. There are several videos showing you how to make the swap on the same site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 03reptile View Post
    johnny1 is correct. Quite a few GT350 owners have replaced the stock clutch spring with a Steeda clutch spring. Just google it and order it. There are several videos showing you how to make the swap on the same site.
    Thanks i couldn't find anything here that referenced my issue but it was right there on that forum.....going to remove the spring all together

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