Adjustible Clutch Quadrant?

Discussion in '96-04 - 4V Specific' started by 94gtstang50, Apr 30, 2006.

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    If your putting in a new clutch I suggest it, mostly the quadrent since stock is plastic and starts to flex other will have better pedal feel and they will not break. I put a BBK one in my last car, it was nice. Steeda seems to be popular. UPR has the best priced ones it seems but I dont know about their quality, although im sure there all the exact same.
     
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    I can get a steeda one for 25 shipped in NIB condition? Go for it?
     
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    And should I get the firewall adjuster and cable to go with it?
     
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    I have the steeda in my Cobra, the adj. cable/ firewall adj./ and quad i would say go for it.........great price too
     
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    Well, its 25 shipped for the dbl quadrant only. But still, if I buy the other two parts of this kit, I still save 10-20 bucks in the end.
     
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    ya, personally id just find an entire kit.
     
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    I 'm thinking i'll just get a steeda quadrant kit on there for $85.
     
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    sounds like a good idea :)
     
  10. SLITH3R96

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    Just got mine installed yesterday (Steeda cable and quadrant)...Cant tell the difference cause i got a centerforce dual friction installed at the same time. All together it feels excellent :banana:
     
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    I would recommend getting a fiore micro click adjuster and quadrant and use a stock style(non adjustable) cable. Thats what i went with and i am very happy. It is a high quality piece. The firewall adjuster doesnt have a set screw you have to tighten to keep it from moving it automatically locks in every 1/4 click. Its a nice set up.fiore micro click adj and quad
     
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    I would stick with the stock cable as they are a much better cable than adjustable cables from steeda, bbk, etc.