Any issues with the pedal sticking on the floor or returning slowly during high RPM shifts?Try pulling the spring out and driving the car without one before you put the new one in. You may prefer that mode better, but at least you will know what the clutch feels like with no spring. I pulled my spring out 22,000 miles ago and couldn't be happier, on the track or on the street.
Without the assist spring, the pedal comes off the floor quicker. I find the pedal sticks to the floor more with the assist spring in place. The design intention of the assist spring is to reduce the pressure needed for the last half of the pedal travel while disengaging the clutch by adding force in that direction. That in turn will slow down the pedal return until the pedal moves past the hinge point of the spring mounting at about mid travel. The spring will also take up any slack at the top of the travel, if your pedal is not coming all the way back up. I do not have that issue with my car, I have no slack at the end of travel without the spring.Any issues with the pedal sticking on the floor or returning slowly during high RPM shifts?
Same here. It's oddly difficult to be smooth just driving around. Have no problem when I'm in it though, just another reason to put my foot in it!Lol, glad i'm not the only one. It's like.... shoving you out of it. I have noticed tho that at high acceleration launching I can see value in it. My only issue is I can't get consistent during daily driving. Maybe that's it tho, it wasn't intended to be daily driven and just raised so they throw that type of clutch system in. Drive it like maniac they said.
Nope, I really like it, also. It is smooth as butter compared to the clutch in my truck.Am I the only person who thinks the factory clutch setup in this car is great? Great feel, smooth when you're running around town or when you romp on it, and no problems with consistently smooth shifts.