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when i hold the clutch down as far as it will go, i rev up to about 4800 or 5g, the car starts to move...i tried adjusting the pushrod behind the clutch pedal...unscrewed it all the way till it released..screwed it on about 2 and a half turns...and it still moves up...when i rev it burns the clutch really bad...what could be the problem?
 
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the car starts to move without releasing the clutch at all
 
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What kind of clutch? I know some people have had trouble with clutch disks that are too thick...

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oh yah...i have the rps stage 2 street disk clutch...the round one.. with a fidanza lightened flywheel
 
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Check that you've got the slave cylinder and the clutch fork installed properly, and that the pedal is properly adjusted. Maybe bleed your clutch as well. Other than that, perhaps you got a faulty pp/clutch/fw.

Jim
 
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