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    Hey rwnyce1s how did your clutch pedal feel after braking in your clutch? I still need to brake in my clutch but my clutch pedal feels way more easier to press. It does not have the old feel that I it use to it feels lost the pedals. It's essayer to press the pedal the mechanic said after you brake in your clutch (around 1500 is that right?) it will feel a lot like how it use. He also said to just bring in back to get the pedals adjusted. what do you guys think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmanFwrx View Post
    Hey rwnyce1s how did your clutch pedal feel after braking in your clutch? I still need to brake in my clutch but my clutch pedal feels way more easier to press. It does not have the old feel that I it use to it feels lost the pedals. It's essayer to press the pedal the mechanic said after you brake in your clutch (around 1500 is that right?) it will feel a lot like how it use. He also said to just bring in back to get the pedals adjusted. what do you guys think?
    I didn't feel a big difference in the pedal. Does it grab really hard? That was really the only thing that was a problem when i first got it done. After about 500-600 miles, it was back to normal but i still took it easy for the next couple hundred miles. It may just need to be adjusted. My mechanic adjusted mine 3x but he didnt give the car back until he felt it was all set to go(he didnt charge me for the extra hour or 2 to get it right though).
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    RIMS & TIRES

    OK so im needing new tires for my car but at the same time I want to up grade my rims. I don't know whether to go 17 inch or 18 inch don't know whats a good offset for my spec of car. I have a 2002 wrx stock rims 16' I don't what to go to big on the rim size and have my rims scraping my inner well.

    I see a lot of forms where people have 18 inch on there wrx and seem to not have a problem also my car is drop with tein coil overs. when ever I look on the side of my car door for the tiers pressure there are to size rims 17 and 16 inch I know that my car can take a 17 inch rim size but I don't know the offset of the rims. I don't what to have to much of a + offset and end up hitting my outer upper well when I hit a bump I also don't want to much of a - offset and hit the inner well. If anyone can help me choose a proper rim size and offset I would gladly thank you also tire size thank you.
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