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Lowering the clutch biting point

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by bvtec, Sep 26, 2004.

  1. bvtec

    bvtec Senior Member

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    hi just wanna if it is possible to lower the biting on my civic( at the moment b16a2 with hydraulic trans), when i first bought the car the biting point was pretty low but after a year of rallying around :p the biting has ended up right at the top so i have to lift the clutch up the furthest point before letting go it dont feel right. :)
     
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    spectacle Senior Member

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    time for new clutch buddy
     
  3. bvtec

    bvtec Senior Member

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    THANKS buddy but i just got a new clutch put in 2 months ago, 6 puck clutch+got my flywheel sorted fidanza, biting was high before i took it in to get the new clutch put in but when i put the new clutch in biting was alot stronger with the 6 puck clutch obviously but the biting point was still sky high as it is today, what can i do to lower the biting point ?? <_<
     
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    bvtec Senior Member

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    At the moment i have to lift my clutch pedal right to the top before the clutch engages is there anyway that i can lower the point of engagement on a hydro trans :blink: :blink:
    is that better for ya BTW thanks for the english lesson, tellin me ta use punctuation :(
     
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