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Old 02-18-2005, 04:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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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.
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lol, and don't those go for like $30 or some (am talking about the ones you buy from the store...)
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Old 02-18-2005, 04:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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lol, and don't those go for like $30 or some (am talking about the ones you buy from the store...)
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Old 02-19-2005, 12:31 AM   #4 (permalink)
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isn't that to like shift faster or somthing?
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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...
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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)
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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...
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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.
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Old 02-19-2005, 07:50 PM   #8 (permalink)
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so wheres a link to the directions?

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also it doesnt affect the starting of the car? i know some cars have to have the clutch slammed to start

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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
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Nope. I drive a 96 328is and you dont need to depress the clutch AT ALL to start the car. I think its the e46s that need the clutch to be depressed.
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yep. i think u are correct.
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Nope. I drive a 96 328is and you dont need to depress the clutch AT ALL to start the car. I think its the e46s that need the clutch to be depressed.
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Same here........ and it can be easily bypassed on cars that do have it.
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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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DIY link for clutch stop please!!!!
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