CrustyBoy Posted March 3 Share Posted March 3 Hey all, So I'm about 99% finished swapping my BA10 for an AX15. At this point I need to get the clutch operating correctly and I can test drive it.. I'm all by myself so I've only been able to try vacuum bleeding and gravity bleeding so far. Neither have worked yet. I can't tell if I'm not bleeding the clutch properly, or if I made a big mistake by machining my flywheel. It seems like I've bled out most of the air, the clutch pedal gets nice and stiff after pumping it for a while when it's all closed up. But I can't get the trans to go fully into neutral with the pedal down. I can force it into first and second gear and it will engage. But when I press the clutch pedal in the tires keep spinning. Trying to go into reverse produces a horrifying grinding noise.. Is there some magic trick to get an internal slave system fully bled? Could it be that the flywheel is just too thin now that it's been resurfaced? Crusty Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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