I need some feedback on the best way to either . . .
1.) Raise the clutch pedal 1" closer to the seat.
2.) Get the clutch to engage a whole lot quicker to the top of the pedal.
I'm not a clutch expert, so I don't know if it can be adjusted or not, but I do know that I can cut and weld an extension to the pedal itself.
Years ago I attached a wooden block to the clutch pedal of my '65 Nova racer. It seems I never push the peddle down far enough and I tend to miss third gear because of it. I have a SPEC-3 clutch in a 2006 GTO.
2006 Quicksilver GTO 6-speed, LS2 402, 512rwhp/451rwtq, 18/25 MPG
2007 Black Avalanche Z71, 5.3, E85, Airaid, Hotchkis swaybars, 16/21 MPG