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Old March 8th, 2019, 02:39 PM
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So on my M5R2, the clutch is a little soft. By the time the clutch fully engages the pedal is on the floor. I've been driving it this way, but I know once it gets some wear on it, it's gonna start grinding while shifting. Will there be an issue if I put some washers behind the slave? I'm thinking this will give me more "meaningful" travel with my pedal. Thoughts?


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