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    2000 Porsche 911 Carrera
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  1. good feedback steve.. I am pretty sure this is more clutch pedal pressure than adrenalin. If this doenst sound familiar I am wondering if I have pressure plate or hydrolic problems
  2. Sorry.. i should havebeen more clear in my original post. I am not launching at 4K...I realize that is a disaster waiting to happen. What I am more referring to is after clutch engagement and straight line driving. Just running it toward redline in any paticular gear. Example-- take off launch at 1KRPM, accelerator depressed afterward to floor, run to 6.5KRPM, (foot off gas, clutch engage, shift, clutch re-engage) now in second. Now clutch feels softer...
  3. Just had a quick question.... I have a 2000 Carrera 2 6 speed and 49,000 miles. I purchased the car certified pre-owned. I was told that the clutch has been replaced, but something seems weird. My clutch is pretty smooth and fairly light pressure, however if I get on it above 4K RPM the clutch pressure seems to get lighter for the rest of the time until parked. Then it goes back to being a little stiffer the next time I drive it. Is this normal?
  4. Hello Everyone, Glad I found you. I always wanted a Porsche since I was very young. Finally had the opportunity to pick one up recently and couldnt be happier. Granted, it is used (MY2000 Carrera 2) however it is new to me. I have enjoied getting the know the car, but wanted a resource to learn more as I am new to Porsche ownership. Finding this forum is great for me as I can see many have had some of the same questions I have and I found answers quickly (good use of the search feature). My other Porsche (2005 Harley Davidson V-Rod) is a lot of fun, but now this is the icing on the cake!
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