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eric11183
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eric11183 Apr 30, 9:03pm - #168833 
2001 silver Toyota Celica
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2001 Toyota Celica

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So heres my prob, i recently had the Blitz active clutch and flywheel installed on my car, when i got it it had very harsh engagement, well it still does, but it doesnt seem to be nearly as hard to drive. now i know your going to get used to it after a while, but now im able to play with it on hills and stuff like that when there was no way in hell i could have done that before. Im just afraid i fucked it up and now it isnt working properly. Also every once in a while when i downshift at higher rpms, as im letting the clutch out, before it engages, it makes this wierd squeaking noise, reminds me of a sqeaking engine mount. Ive had a lot of tranny probs so im highly unimpressed with this. input anyone ?
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JAIMEJAMES
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JAIMEJAMES Apr 30, 9:54pm - #168834 

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that's a hardcore clutch kit if your car is normally aspirated. well, noise from your transmission isn't always good. try taking it to the place you had it installed because if it gets worse you may end up paying (more; might have some kind of warranty, too). or you can try aamco for cheap (maybe free?) diagnostics.

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5280vvti
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5280vvti Apr 30, 11:48pm - #168835 

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It might just be partly the clutch breaking in as well. It usually takes about 500 miles or so.
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