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Sticky cup car clutch


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I bought a 1st generation 996 cup car (1998) this winter. (have had it on teh track to pass a few 2007 GT3s at Watkins Glen a few weeks ago - very fast car). It has gone through some mods to bring it into spec as a 2004 GT3RS with the exception of the transmission. The transmission is a G50. I am told, the first generation used the tranny from the 993 because the new cable **** transmissions were suspect with regard to racing reliability.

ANYWAY..... The clutch is sticking in the depressed position when I shift (actually - only when the engine is running). I push the clutch in, shift then release my foot, but the pedal does not follow my foot up with pressure against my foot. It delays for a moment and then jumps up and hits my foot, or sometimes waits even longer before returning to the engaged position.

I have repeatedly bled the clutch system, and have also just replaced the master cylinder - do I tackle the slave cylinder next?

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