Are you talking about the distance from where it stands up and when its fully pressed down with you foot?
I feel like you do long and soft.
lolehh, every clutch is different. The three other manuals i drove were sports cars (rx8, mx6, eclipse gt) and each grabbed a bit differently but definitely quicker. I like the fact that it is a pretty forgiving clutch. A light clutch pedal is also nice in traffic
i hope i'm not the only one who snickered at
i feel like you do long and soft.
i fully agree with you.
im not saying its on the same level, but i drove my friends honda s2000 and when i stepp on the clutch, the distance is feels like its 1/3rd of what i need to step. same thing with my cousins IS300
not to mention that our clutch is really soft, almost effortless to step on while the other cars i drove feels like im doing a 200lb leg press at the gym (over exaggerating)..
point is.. clutch feels very deep and very soft
Indeed, I have noticed the the clutch when pressed is long and soft. When drive my brother's GT-S or my Sisters IS300, they're clutches seem more stiff and short compared to my Xrs.You explained it better. I feel like you do long and soft. Not short and had how it should be. So is there any way to make this better?
x2 I would like the soft clutch if I lived in a very congested area and was in traffic a lot but still wanted a manual. but I have been in cars with much worse clutches....ex: a Hyundai Accent:ugh3: 5 sp was just AWFUL! no feel at all, no resistance, and was slow to retract! I released the clutch really fast and I looked down and it still was retracting:disappoinIndeed the clutch feeling between the S and the XRS is different already. This is something you have to live with...different cars have different clutch feel.
How do i shorten my clutch pedal? is it safe to do like it wont mess anything else up. i heard kniterider got this done a while back.
and i sort of did that on purpose....more so i was to lazy to change it. ha soft long short hard
It took me sometime to get used to the clutch under sports 3 mode. I have to let the clutch out quicker than normal, otherwise I feel like burning the clutch. But for sure the throttle controller makes day and night on the corolla. Makes our 1.8L engine feels more powerful..hahaI driven manual cars the past 30 years & the one constant is that every car has it's own clutch feel. When you change the clutch you can change the feel by using a stiffer clutch pressure plate & different clutch plate material. I'm just used to my clutch now but after installing my Pivot 3-drive Throttle Controller the clutch seems different when I'm in the Sport 4 mode even though I know it's the same. The responsiveness of the accelerator makes the car feel much different & much quicker. :thumbsup:
I feel like it makes the car feel like it has an addition 20 hp.It took me sometime to get used to the clutch under sports 3 mode. I have to let the clutch out quicker than normal, otherwise I feel like burning the clutch. But for sure the throttle controller makes day and night on the corolla. Makes our 1.8L engine feels more powerful..haha