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Old 04-07-2013, 09:00 PM   #1
thehanz123
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Hi everyone, i m sorry if this is a noobish question but i would just like some insight on this problem of mine.

Alright so about a month ago, i took my car to a welder to weld an oil line right by my turbo and after i got it back, my clutch wasn't engaging the same.. It felt really loose or slippery. I just figured oil leaked onto my clutch and got it all lubed up. Its been about a month now and the clutch is still the same..
I have to give it 2000+ rpms to smoothly go into first or else my whole car will shake. I checked the bolts on my heads and there tight. All i can think of is it needs to be resurfaced..?
Its a clutch master stage 3 with an organic flywheel with only 14k on it.
Any ideas what i could do? Im out of funds and im wondering if this is making the life expectancy of my clutch drop significantly.
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Old 04-07-2013, 10:42 PM   #2
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if there is oil on the clutch yes there is no way youre ever going to get oil out of an organic disc usually fluid on a clutch though would make it very grabby not slippery
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Old 04-07-2013, 10:54 PM   #3
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if there is oil on the clutch yes there is no way youre ever going to get oil out of an organic disc usually fluid on a clutch though would make it very grabby not slippery
Oil is slippery though.. How would slippery oil make my clutch more grabby?

So is there anything i can do to fix this problem?
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