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post #28 of (permalink) Old 09-27-2019, 04:15 PM
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Am running Forte's cable, don't remember the part number. At 11,000 miles wanted to rasie the pedal engagement point a little more from the floor.

Adjustment seems to go well & pedal is more comfortable.

Found something while testing that I may have not noticed before or was not happening before.

If I hit the throttle about 2/3 3/4 down in 4th at 2200 rpm the tach will jump about 800 RPM then drop to the steady point for the new road speed.

The lower gears 1/2/3 seem to be OK

Is this slippage normal or do I need to try to adjust it out. Clutch is a Center Force single plate.
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