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son of a bit** . I was rolling up to a light, and a guy started to ask me about the car. the light turned green. went to take off (like a bandit) as normal. being that I got side tracked with the kudos to the car. I didn't see that it was in 3rd. smoked the cluch wasn't that bad (I hope) shore smelled like sh**.

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I have smoked mine too. Stinks bad for a few days. Finally goes away, still drives OK, hopefully it didnt shear too much life off.
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I have smoked mine too. Stinks bad for a few days. Finally goes away, still drives OK, hopefully it didnt shear too much life off.
It dose smell bad. still fell like a flipin flub
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i smoked mine a few times at the track before i had to replace it.

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i smoked mine a few times at the track before i had to replace it.
how much did you have to pay to get it replaced, and did you do it your self . thanx
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It suprised me a little, this car seems to have a prettly light clutch. I wonder if they went with this config for better driveability. I think it could have used something a bit heavier.
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