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      I wonder...

      I can't help but wonder if Ken is posting something similar in another forum! I can see it now...

      "Hey guys do you remember that kid that went a little off the rails in an S3 in Ocean City, at...
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      I'm ashamed to say that I know what movie that...

      I'm ashamed to say that I know what movie that is! Oh 1980's, you were a time of such ridiculousness and awesomeness all rolled into one.
    3. Awesome!

      Awesome!
    4. In! That is all!

      In! That is all!
    5. Thread: Arctic Trucks!

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      Great thread...now, to justify something like...

      Great thread...now, to justify something like this in a place where it rarely, if ever, snows!
    6. Agreed with above (6cylVWguy)! Recipe for...

      Agreed with above (6cylVWguy)! Recipe for awesome!!!
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      I will be there.

      I'll be in our (SPEC Clutches and Flywheels) booth# 21537 all week! Drop by and say hello if you are in the area!
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      Are you using the transmission from the 92 16v...

      Are you using the transmission from the 92 16v too?
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      I actually really enjoyed Rome...especially all...

      I actually really enjoyed Rome...especially all the areas that were being excivated which provided a great glimpse into the histroy of the city (which has effectively been built and rebuilt upon...
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      Answers...

      This is most likely a starter bindex or flywheel ring-gear issue. It is most likely relative to damage on the teeth of one or both of the aforementioned parts. As for why it sounds like it's coming...
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      Slave...

      It is easily possible that this is relative to a leak (internal or external) in the slave. I assume that when you replaced the Master that you bled the system. If so, and there is still weakness in...
    12. Thread: Vr6 clutch ???

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      Yes, it will work just fine!

      Yes, it will work just fine!
    13. As you bed the material in, which wears some of...

      As you bed the material in, which wears some of the surface away, it will cause the pedal to raise a bit. Excessive change could evidence an issue but gradual change does not typically point to a...
    14. Possible...

      Contamination is possible but with ther 12v VR6 the slave is mounted outside of the transmission so this is less likely. You could have contaminant spreading from the input-shaft if it were...
    15. Generally speaking, the higher the stage the more...

      Generally speaking, the higher the stage the more aggressive the feel and engagement you will experience. So if you want the smoothest feel and easiest drivability you will want to stick to...
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      If it worked initially, and it was specified for...

      If it worked initially, and it was specified for your car and intended for use in your car then you may just be looking at a fluid transfer issue. I know you mentioned installing a braided line. I...
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      Dark fluid evidences that the fluid has been...

      Dark fluid evidences that the fluid has been quite hot or that you are seeing a break-down of the slave or master internals. The fact that the pedal firmed up, then softened again, could evidence...
    18. Thread: Clutching woes

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      Air, properly adjusted linage, and good mounts...

      Air, properly adjusted linage, and good mounts (for the trans and motor) can all make a difference. It sounds like both of you will need to dig in and check a couple of factors to really nail down...
    19. Thread: Clutching woes

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      Bad mounts (like the dog-bone) can allow for...

      Bad mounts (like the dog-bone) can allow for greater flex in the drive-line and cause some binding to occur making gear selection more difficult. When it occurs, are you locked out above 4K in every...
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      clutch slip

      It sounds like clutch slip to me. Typically speaking you will notice that slip initially occurs in high-load (low-RPM high-gear) situations first. Over time, as the disc wears more you will see...
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