Okay so I've scoured the interwebs for a while now and it seems to me that i'm THE only person on this planet with this problem, either that or I describe my problem differently in the search engine and Google won't find what I'm looking for... Which is answers.
Here's the problem, when pulling out, usually around 0-5 mph I slowly let off the clutch, slowly push in the gas and my car shakes, my 3" exhaust rattles on the underside of my car, everything just shakes, violently! But once the clutch is engaged, it's fine! No slip, it's fine in 2nd, 3rd etc etc. Just when I'm pulling out it does this, actually it does it in reverse sometime too, but not as often. Also this problem seems to get worst as the clutch gets warmer, on my way to school it doesn't really do it, but on my way back it's terrible!
So I've been experimenting, I've asked myself, "is this car really that touchy?!" So I gave it more gas than I would other MT's I've driven, that kinda solved the problem but this involves a lot of clutch wear after time and I feel pulling out @ around 2k to 2.5k rpms shouldn't be the solution to my problem, I've tried letting the clutch grab before giving it gas and then once the RPMs start to drop, I give it gas.... This didn't work... So WTF is this things problem?! I'm not new to MT cars, I know this is AWD and that AWD cars are a bit more touchy than FWD or RWD cars, but still what gives?
I bought the car a year ago, the owner claimed it had a new clutch replaced about 15k miles ago, so I'm wondering if possibly he or who ever put the clutch in, did a ****ty job? Maybe didn't align **** up right? idk...
What should I do? Is this common? Should I just take it to a garage or a Subby dealer and have them look at it?
Because honestly it's embarrassing, it's like the entire engine, transmission and driveshaft are shaking around while my exhaust pipe is rattling about making all this noise, people at school are looking at the car and then hear/see all that **** going on and it looks like I don't know WTF I'm doing lol!