There's plent of DIY for doing this, so here is the pic of the finished project. Only thing is they didn't have an elevator bolt, so i used a carriage bolt instead. The only difference is that the carriage bolt has a round head instead of a flat head... So I might get an elevator bolt some time soon instead, but I have not decided yet.
Umnitza now provides a mechanic to install all parts ordered right in the box! It's their new "Total customer service program" that will eliminate all the haters and keep incompetents from breaking shit and blaming the vendor! When you are all set simply call INS and they will pick him up free of charge.
it stopps you from having to push the clutch all the way to the ground, "reduces shift time" IMO not that big of a deal unless u AutoX or drag. but for $1 sweet!!! you adjust the clutch stop right before the cluch engages...
I have one and totally reccomend them for everyone, no matter the use. They work great!!! Even if youre not looking to drag race, or track your car, it makes shifting/ driving more pleasurable. Not to mention faster acceleration through more precise/ faster shifting. Its sweet. (and bavauto sells them for 80 bucks!!!, and I got mine on sale at bav auto for $ 40. I know that was dumb but its great)
Originally posted by BaLAnCe17@Feb 19 2005, 03:05 AM it stopps you from having to push the clutch all the way to the ground, "reduces shift time" IMO not that big of a deal unless u AutoX or drag. but for $1 sweet!!! you adjust the clutch stop right before the cluch engages...
I auto-x as much as I can... I can't wait and see what kinda difference it makes. I only drove it around the parking lot for 2-3 mins to make sure I had it adjusted properly. But I am about to runs some errands today and really see what kinda difference it makes. For the $1 it cost me I'm thinking I might need to open my own clutchstop website and sell these things for $10 shipped... But seriously though... It took me 30 seconds to decide that since I had nothing else to do yesterday I decided to make one. It took me less than 5 mins to find out how to make it and what parts I needed. 2 mins to walk to my car, 5 mins to drive to the hardware store. 10 mins to get what ineeded for $1 and get out, 5 mins back, 1 min to get small toolbox out of trunk, 2 mins to actually make the clutchstop, and 3 mins to drive and adjust around the parking lot. So in less than 33 mins I had it done from the time it took me to concieve of the idea and implement it. I would recommend every one do it. Best $1 you'll ever spend and you'l make those <33 mins back in about 1-3 years of driving.
won't work for obd2 or does it, obd2 u have to press the clutch all the way down to start the car, the kill switch to the coils is like way down u have to have the clutch all most all the way depressed to start, it's gay
just a warning to obd2 guys, u can mod the clutch switch though so it works
To do list:
UUC System U TDM- 3/05
M50 manifold converstion 3/05
off to the tuning shop for custom software 4/05
Cams/lightened flywheel, throttlebody........ well lets see what happens
Hey NeverLearned, the cosmos cai is pretty sweet huh? I am installing my UUC TSE next week. I hope its not too much of a loss of power, compared to the System U. Anyway, does the fan delete make a substantial difference?
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