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Old 04-15-2009, 09:19 PM   #1
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hey guys and gals well i recently did a clutch swap and i put a new slave and pilot bearing in with a centerforce clutch... anyway today my tranny started making a humming or grinding noise. it does it when i go in reverse and second but it only happens when i hit the gas and let off the gas keep it in gear and hold the clutch pedal to the floor then the noise comes in.

anyway i know something is wrong so i replaced the fluid and it still makes the noise. let me now if you need any more information ill be glad to chime in. i attached a video sorry about the loud exhaust you got to love tsp true duals lol thanx in advance!

http://s251.photobucket.com/albums/g...90414-2044.flv
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From what I can hear in the video... It sounds like your not getting full disengagement...
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Well I will be buying a new master cylinder soon because the 2000 stocker just isn't doing it anymore. Do you think that would help with the problem and do you think I should get an adjustable? Anyothers better than others I've heard a lot about the tick but that's a lot of cash.
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any other suggestions?
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The adjustable Tick m/c from Tick Performance is the way to go.

It will set you back a few hundred dollars but worth it.
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