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Old 05-10-2018, 02:30 PM   #1
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2017 Mustang GT clutch adjustment

So I have a grand total of 8500 miles on my car. And try as I might, the clutch pedal feels too long. Is there any way to shorten the throw arc, or move the pedal closer to the floor for a shorter engagement?


Also the clutch feel is almost inconsistent and I have the steeda 35 lb clutch spring that I will be installing. Might this help out a bit?
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So I have a grand total of 8500 miles on my car. And try as I might, the clutch pedal feels too long. Is there any way to shorten the throw arc, or move the pedal closer to the floor for a shorter engagement?


Also the clutch feel is almost inconsistent and I have the steeda 35 lb clutch spring that I will be installing. Might this help out a bit?
No adjustment that I know of, but the spring will help a little with feel.
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Since it's all hydraulic and there's no adjustment rod it's definitely not adjustable. If the flywheel were to have several thousandths milled off of it that would help a bit.
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I will be putting the spring in today along with swapping back to my summer tires. I will report back and let you all know how it goes and see if it helps.
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The spring helps tremendously.
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