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Pug 306 clutch
#1
Just wondering I just got a 306 is there any way of making the clutch peddle lighter or just how they are
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#2
Think theres a guide in the guides section.

Essentially there is a spring on the pedal that can be removed and if not swap the clutch cable.
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#3
Ok thank you Smile
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#4
And the bushes in the bellhousing that the clutch fork sit in.
Doesnt even own a 306.
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#5
^^^this. They get gunked up badly. Get a good lube with a nozzle and try and feed some in....dont get the clutch though!!!
Wishes for more power...
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#6
They just wear being plastic, new ones make a hell of a difference! New clutch, cable and fork bushes make for a lighter clutch, still heavy compared to most though!
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Yeah but fork bushes are a box off job.
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#8
Yep, but that's the only thing that really makes a difference tbh, and if the box is off to do the clutch anyway its alright.

In my last HDi I done the clutch and cable but couldn't get the arm off to change the bushes. Was better but still heavy/notchy. In this one I done exactly the same but persevered with arm so I could change the bushes and its the best clutch I've ever had in a HDi tbh! 1.8 clutch was still nicer but that was smaller/weaker so to be expected.
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