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    Got myself an m18 nut/bolt/washer and foam and have made a clutch stop, feels weired not to push peddle all the way back, but slips in gear easily so will let you know how it feels once i go out in the car!, should now change gear a bit quicker.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by vauxfan View Post
    feels weired not to push peddle all the way back, but slips in gear easily
    You sure thats not the CDV mate?

    Ahmet
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThE.gRiZzLe View Post
    You sure thats not the CDV mate?

    Ahmet
    yes, its not got 1!, did this mainly to take away the mass amout of excess travel the peddle has after the clutch engages. its a bmw approved mod i believe, as i think they sell there own version.
     
     

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    clutch stops are the way forward, you'll soon get used to it and then if you drive a car without one you'll think its odd!
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    yes, definatly liking the improvment and feel of it!, also my leg doesn't get such a work out when i drive the car
     
     

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    I make them and sell them on here..
     
     

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    Any links for the item? What benefits are there in summary? I am reading about smoother shifting, but how is hat possible if all it is doing is reducing the downward travel??
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