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Old 06-27-2014, 12:19 PM
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The stock replacement LUK kit is good.



DIY, I've never had to bleed the slave from pulling it and letting it release.

if yours is getting air in it from that, it means its got a leak inside.
I did get the Single Mass flywheel kit.

No leaks, I think it might have just sucked air into the master cylinder, when the rod came out. I hope.
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Once you get that clutch dialed your gunna love the actuation... I did a LUK back in Dec, great clutch!
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I did get the Single Mass flywheel kit.

No leaks, I think it might have just sucked air into the master cylinder, when the rod came out. I hope.
Just stab the clutch a lot
hydraullics are supposed to bleed themselves.

You'll feel it come in and out and work the air out.

stab it a few times. let it rest. blah blah.

I had it happen the first time i did my clutch, but it never did it the last few times i've had the trans out.
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Clutch works great! So far! Quiet! Pedal is soft on the knees! Lots of difference from the factory job!
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Clutch works great! So far! Quiet! Pedal is soft on the knees! Lots of difference from the factory job!
Nice.. Did you end up exercising it a bunch to get the air out?
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Good deal. I told you you would be happy with that kit. I like mine a lot.
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