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Originally Posted by ///M Power
Haha "redneck gone import"
You think $600 is steep? Im paying close to $750 for mine plus another $750 for a 12 lb flywheel. Stick shift is more expensive that automatics!
Originally Posted by peterkulesza
this is normal. bmw clutch is self adjusting, so the take-up is always the same, and relatively high.
please do not rev before engaging the gear, sychros will go bad. engage the gear, then rev the crap out of it. of course, you will fry the clutch this way, if done routinely.
the most sensitive test for marginal clutch performace is to floor it in 5th (6th) gear, at about 40 mph. it will slip if it is worn.
Originally Posted by Satori325XI
The vehicle stopped instantly, didnt move from its spot.
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