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    Quote Originally Posted by dazza316i View Post
    might go and put throttle stop behind clutch and see wot its like
    i took my throttle stop out being clever and afterwards thought... maybe that was there for a reason
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamiewright1990 View Post
    i took my throttle stop out being clever and afterwards thought... maybe that was there for a reason
    yep it is but as a test to see if i like a clutch stop and if i do down to scrappy for a nother one yay and its genuine bmw (pmsl)
     
     

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    great mod and gear changes are smoother and much shorter !
     
     

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    well fitted one yesterday (throttle stop is the wrong size )
    feels wierd but getting used to it but does make changes seem quiker though
    give it a go
     
     

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    What do you mean? My clutchstop has plenty support from the connector bit?
     
     

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    and if your clutch is getting low then surly it will not have enough travel to get to the bitting point and crunch the gears?????????
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by I M Legend View Post
    From the pictures posted, it appears that the connector bit does not go all the way to the edge of the rubber pad. Folks such as myself who have sloppy clutch pedals due to worn out bushings tend to go off center.

    The other one has support all the way to the edge of the rubber pad.

    I could be wrong but just going by the pics.
    I see what you mean but the connector bit that the original stop goes into is quite wide and should elliminate the fact of this happening..
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by vauxfan View Post
    and if your clutch is getting low then surly it will not have enough travel to get to the bitting point and crunch the gears?????????
    Its for if your clutch biting point is high..
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sh0x View Post
    Also means less pressure on the clutch pedal, so after a long day of start stop driving your knee / leg doesnt ache as much
    This is where an auto comes into it.....much easier
     
     

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    I dont have a clutch stop on my car there appears to be a blank space behind, how should I do this mod?

    Cheers
     
     

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