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The Honda's Clutch went Bye Bye

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  1. CarAudiophile

    CarAudiophile Senior Member

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    Well.. She did it.. She broke on me.. The Centerforce is officially gone. The pedal is completly soft. It will not engage at all. She wouldn't even start and for the first time the Honda left me stranded. I was playing with the S2K and then I finished and the car would not go into gear. The video that will be put up will show that car car will not go into gear and the car just glide to a stop.

    But not before I got to kill a S2K 3 times and got my revenge on a Domestic Owner with a 2000GT. I pulled almost 2 cars on the S2K up top and pulled pretty good on the Mustang also..

    Oh well time to come back bigger and stronger but I was proud of those kills.
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    Dude please tell me you got a good kill on that 2000 GT??? a very very good pull please please please... I will post that on Mustangforums and let them bitcha nd whine about it.
     
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    Yeah I pulled on him pretty good in 3rd.. When I finally got some traction on my little 13" 155/80's street tires. Then I pulled pretty hard. I thnk we have video of it.. I know we have it of the S2k vs me.
     
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    jamesA Well known pissed off telephone guy VIP

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    suh wheeeet oh and sorry about the clutch. lol
     
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    No biggie.. I didn't expect not to break something.. You aint racin unless your Breakin..
     
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    Wanna go from a stop? LOL

    -Kyle (The mustang owner)
     
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    Sure.. When the new BFG's get here.. No problem..
     
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    excellent.....wheres da vids mang?
     
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    i did not know this. interesting...
     
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    Got it looked into further.. clutch is fine.

    Cluth pedal not so fine.. Its broken. So the Clutch itself is perfect but I need a new clutch pedal.

    And well the videos are being worked on right now.. It will be up in a couple days...
     
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    dude...howd you break your pedal? :blink:
     
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    thats cool shit dude :D
     
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    One must be smooth with the car grasshopper.
     
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    Got it fixed last night.. Still pulls hard.. Cltuch feels real strong.. I had the dude Weld the connection a little better where the clutch pedal is attached so i don't have another problem like this again.

    I also found out my Linkage was fine and my bushings in the short shift were basically non existant. So we popped in a new Short shift along with a Type R shift knob.. Mad Tyte yo.. And she is smooth as butter. We also put all new Energy suspension bushings in my shift linkage because we thought that was the problem with the sloppy feeling. But it ended up being the Short Shifter.. So thats fixed and its like driving a new car all over again
     
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