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    Clutch Biting Point

    Fitted my Helix clutch, new cover and release bearing Sunday. I am getting a bit of slippage at the moment but this was the be expected the only other thing is the biting point is pretty much at the end of the pedal.....?

    We bled the clutch like 3 times using about 4 litres of fluid to make sure there is no air in there but still the biting point is right at the end of the pedal?

    It is not leaking anywhere as i would lose fluid. Anyone alse had this with a new clutch?

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    iv just fit one to, im have big problems to. the slave cylinderz keep blowing there seals out when i bleed them up, have you change your clutch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynez20let
    iv just fit one to, im have big problems to. the slave cylinderz keep blowing there seals out when i bleed them up, have you change your clutch?
    replyed to your thread mate

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