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I have noticed that when I get out my car with it running, the clutch makes a rattling sound and if I press in the clutch it quits. It has the rps twin disk, is this normal? Thanks for any comments on this.
 

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Yeah, its normal. I've got a twin disc too along with a LWFW, which I'm sure the RPS has as well. Its a little annoying, but you'll get used to it.
 

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Yes it it normal. If you run an AEM you can set your idle at about 1100rpm or to the point where the sound is gone.
 

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Yep, thats your tranny making the noise which is perfectly normal. You dont really notice it with a stock flywheel since the factory one is dampening and it absorbs the vibrations keeping it from rattling.
 

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I have the RPS max PP with stock disk and stock flywheel and I still get a very small amount of noise when im in nuetral but when I press the clutch it goes away.
 

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I have the same issue and I've got a stock clutch and flywheel. I can hear it make its last shudder when I shut my car off. It started making a loud shudder/whine the last time iwas at the 1/4 mile track. It would not immediately go away unless pressed down on the clutch or let it cool down.

Can someone explain why i can hear and feel it after normal drives? warped clutch? it doesnt seem to slip.
 
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