WRX Clutch stroke lengths?
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    Registered User Cardwell88's Avatar
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    WRX Clutch stroke lengths?

    Anyone know the a wrx's normal clutch stroke lengths?
    Iv had my 13 wrx hatch a few weeks now and iv raced up
    Car a little keeping in mind the 4000 rpm limit suggested
    By subaru for the first 1000 mi. It seems maybe I'm just over analyzing it but my
    Clutch engages in first from a stop a little before have way,
    I didn't really pay attention when I picked it up from the dealer
    But I feels like it engages a little later now. Is this just normal clutch break in?

    Thx in advance.

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    Registered User KRowe's Avatar
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    You could be getting used to the clutch; now that you know exactly where the catch point is you can make things happen differently. But yes, the nature of a clutch is that the engagement point changes depending on how much material you have left. I've noticed in my wrx that the clutch feel also completely changes based on the temperature/season.
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