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Old 05-22-2008, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Looking to buy used AMS tbe or Buschur Tbe

In the area of looking for a exhaust system used...If anybody has any to offer in good condition and is willing to ship to Georgia; Let me know. Thanks

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I have a Bushur TBE here and I can ship to Georgia- shoot me a PM.
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Hey Warrtalon, this doesn't apply at all to the subject but I was wondering how is your clutch pedal adjusted? Low or High? I'm trying to find the right spot right now on my adjustment. Currently it's really low, almost 2 inches from the firewall. Any suggestions? I do have a aftermarket clutch & flywheel Just wondering...Thanks for the advice.
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According to Sheptrans and TeamRIP both of them personally told me about 3" from bottomed out is when it should be in full engagement. This prevents excessive wear to the syncros and the clutch.

I also have an AMS exhaust but won't be removing it till July sometime. Don't know how fast you were looking for one.
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According to Sheptrans and TeamRIP both of them personally told me about 3" from bottomed out is when it should be in full engagement. This prevents excessive wear to the syncros and the clutch.

I also have an AMS exhaust but won't be removing it till July sometime. Don't know how fast you were looking for one.
3inches from coming from the bottom out eh? I'm almost about 3inches. It's so close that someone could stall out not knowing it's close. I'mma try and make it so it's perfect.

Not in a total rush for an exhaust, just want to mod my car finally and see how it goes.. Thanks!
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I don't base mine off a measurement but rather in how and where it engages. I try to keep it in the middle 50% of the pedal travel, but I have had to do it in different spots for different clutches.





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I don't base mine off a measurement but rather in how and where it engages. I try to keep it in the middle 50% of the pedal travel, but I have had to do it in different spots for different clutches.
Yea, I never changed my adjustment after the aftermarket install; ran at the dragstrip and it wasn't near the best time I had. I just gotta find the right spot where it can launch good and shift good. Thanks for everyones input.
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