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Question about clutch.

Rucker

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Hi guys.

I have a VYSS and was wondering if it is normal that the biting point of the clutch appears to be very high or is it just that the clutch is due for a replacement? If it needs replacing do you have an idea of what a new one will cost me?
 

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anyone?

I need to know if i am going to replace it when put the car in for a service and also if i need to know if there would be any real difference in price or quality if i went for an aftermarket clutch as opposed to a standard one?
 

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nope not had any trouble what so ever but i just find it strange how it does not actually reach the biting point until you get close to coming right off the clutch.
 

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something may need adjusting. my cable could be adjusted to change what you describe, but im not sure how it works with yours as it would be hydraulic. i wouldnt go putting a new clutch in just yet
 

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ok fair enough.

Thats good because i did not really want to be paying out any more than i have to at the moment. Thanks for that i may try to find out if it is possible to change the biting point then.
 

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as is my y series clubby, but keep an eye on ur fluid happens to be my clutch tank at next to the brake one ws dry today when i lost the clutch at the servo
 

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therer no adjustment they are a self adjusting hydraulic clutch
best bet to go a aftermarket clutch
depending on what you use it for
best bet would be ether
mal wood or tex Z or X grip
 
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