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Old 02-25-2008, 12:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I drove my friends cavalier last night, and his clutch pedal was very stiff and felt very nice it was way easier to drive then my car, like its way more forgiving it seems to be I have to baby my clutch because it doesnt connect up as fast as his did. I could pretty much drop the clutch in his car at any speed and get no bog but in my car I have to pretty much punch the throttle (half way) after letting out the clutch, any ideas on how to make my clutch more responsive and less sloppy.. btw he has an eco tec with cold air intake full exhaust underdrive pulley and a couple other mods, and we raced a bit down the road and I killed him by atleast ten car lengths from a dead stop (mines still stock) he was pissed but still I love the way his car feels as far as clutch response and also his gas pedal is really stiff and mine is sloppy as well as my brake pedal, I guess what I am really asking is how to stiffen up the feel of the pedals, or is there another way to make the clutch more responsive thanks in advance..

One more off topic side note, finnaly got my badges completely off, I was driving around with the sticky crap on for about two weeks cause its been like 10 degrees out..- take it sleezy
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I'm not sure how much this will help, but it's the only cheap option I can think of. Try stainless steel clutch lines...it should firm it up some.

You can also buy a clutch kit from me with a heavyier pressure plate but that's expensive for your purpose. You can get a pressure plate heavy enough to where your leg will be getting a work out in stop-n-go traffic

For the gas pedal take a look how it works. I think they use springs so you could measure one of the springs and go buy a stiffer one.
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Will do thanks buddy.
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