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2020 boosted 5.0 every time I do a pull the clutch pedal goes soft after for a few seconds. Any one have any thoughts?
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What do you mean it goes soft?
The pedal itself after a pull or two will have less resistance for a few mins then go back to normal after normal driving
 

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Try pumping the clutch a few hundred times with the cap to the reservoir removed, to try and get any excess air out of the line.

How much power are you making and do you like the Lethal HD clutch?
 
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Try pumping the clutch a few hundred times with the cap to the reservoir removed, to try and get any excess air out of the line.

How much power are you making and do you like the Lethal HD clutch?
I make between 750-850 depending on boost lvl and yes it feels factory but can have a little chatter at red lights
 

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I make between 750-850 depending on boost lvl and yes it feels factory but can have a little chatter at red lights
Have you gotten any 1/4 mile passes in with the car yet? What tires are you running out back and what are your sixty-foot times? Have you replaced your half shafts and driveshaft yet?

Soon, I’ll be a guinea pig for installing a Clutch Tamer Stage 2 Hydraulic Clutch Hit Control System in my 2019 Bullitt. Hopefully it will be a huge benefit to the MT82-D4 and will be worth the cost and effort required to install. I already have the system in hand, but the install will be a few months out (no work space to do the install at the moment). I will try this out on the factory clutch before upgrading to an aftermarket clutch, but I am researching what clutches are good out there for our cars.
 
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6k miles on over 800 rwhp is hard on a clutch. Depends on how it's used. I would bleed it and if it keeps happening pull the clutch and see what's up
 

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Have you dynoed it recently with the problem?
 
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6k miles on over 800 rwhp is hard on a clutch. Depends on how it's used. I would bleed it and if it keeps happening pull the clutch and see what's up
The cars not ran like that all the time 6k is prob 5800 non racing miles just city driving and such
 
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