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E30 325 Clutch firmness?

Question to you guys out there that drive manual E30s and other manual transmission cars.

Does the E30 seem to have a very firm clutch pedal, honestly my e30 drives well but the pedal is pretty firm, so much, that when i drive my 84 toyota pickup or 240D Mercedes that the pedal feels almost non existent.

Unfortunately i don't have any friends that drive e30s for me to compare. I did talk to an indie though and he said my clutch might need to be replaced soon, i know it has about 100k on the current clutch in it. I am guessing maybe a bad pilot bearing?
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