well a few days ago i noticed my clutch starting to go. well today on the way back home from work the peddle hit the floor, and the clutch wasnt grabbing,, GOD DAMN it just before christmas, ,,, well looks like this week ill be learning how to replace and repair a clutch assemby for an E36..
the AA clutch and flywheels.. Is this a good aftermarket clutch setup?? and how light is the flywheel? I have seen so far one for 11lbs and one for 8lbs which I would only use the 8lbs for track use as it's a bit too light and would cause rough idle. give me idea's, I've never heard of AA clutches.
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nah ,, because it happened right away im going stock. i dont care much for performance untill i gain at least another 25hp (that will be a while)
also i will be actually helping tommorow with the clutch, i spent most of the day working at the mechanics doing tuneups and winterizing cars.
they gave me a loner car, a beige E28 , kinda slow but hey its a bimmer at least.
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