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got one in my car. biting point is about half way on pedal travel is that normal on an r32 ?
 

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they are renamed exedy clutches, and on mine you have to push the pedal right to the floor to get it to disengage, biting point is about same as stock imo

hope its ok, cos the friction plates are about £700 - £800 a pair!!

will add mine toiok an age to bleed, so if the hydraulics have been messed with it will affect the way it works, i ended up back bleeding mine
 

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they are renamed exedy clutches, and on mine you have to push the pedal right to the floor to get it to disengage, biting point is about same as stock imo

hope its ok, cos the friction plates are about £700 - £800 a pair!!

will add mine toiok an age to bleed, so if the hydraulics have been messed with it will affect the way it works, i ended up back bleeding mine
it works perfect no slip, sounds like my biting point is about right too so its all good then :cool:
 
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