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Old 10-28-2015, 12:07 PM
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This threaded rod, this is on the black cylinder that is now outside the tranny? How can I tell by driving my car, or looking at this rod, that an adjustment is needed?

Dumb question, but I assume the Wilwood HD MC will work with your CSC just fine?
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This threaded rod, this is on the black cylinder that is now outside the tranny? How can I tell by driving my car, or looking at this rod, that an adjustment is needed?

Dumb question, but I assume the Wilwood HD MC will work with your CSC just fine?
You will not need to make this adjustment much at all. You will notice a little more then the usual dead pedal. The clutch will need to be adjusted slightly to regain it's appropriate amount of dead pedal.
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The clutch will need to be adjusted? So the clutch threaded rod that goes to the clevis fork? Which way does it need to be adjusted, threaded up or down?
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The clutch will need to be adjusted? So the clutch threaded rod that goes to the clevis fork? Which way does it need to be adjusted, threaded up or down?
The Slave cylinder normally needs to be adjusted to the proper length. The adjustment depends on the measurements taken. Be sure to check out step 14 page 13 in the instruction manual for more info(trouble shooting guide on page 17). Also if you come to a stand still please give us a call.
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This Z1 350z HR CSC kit is used in street cars, track cars, and competition racing all over the world.

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Long time customer of Z1. You guys have done great work on my 2003 350Z, 2008 Infiniti G37 S, and hoping you will work on my new 2008 350Z!

I saw you mentioned discounts when ordering clutch/flywheel in addition to this CSC elimination mod. Can you PM me details? Thinking JWT unless you guys suggest something else. I would also go to your shop to get it installed. BTW - is it safe to drive to your shop from Atlanta? My CSC gave out tonight and I was able to make it back home but have never experienced anything like this before, so a little unsure about highway driving.

Car supposedly makes 300hp at the wheels after being (supposedly) tuned, if that helps with clutch/flywheel suggestions.

Would also want to buy/do:
- UHP rear hatch things
- Lightweight crank pulley
- Complete system fluid change

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Avoid any issues leaving you on the side of the road due to the OEM slave failing one your 370z by installing the Z1 CSC elimination kit. Give us a call 770-838-7777

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Thanks for the orders guys!
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