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  • Rear brake pedal 1980 FLT Tour Glide - Shovelhead Forum

    Looking for a replacement rear brake pedal for my 1980 FLT Tour Glide. I modified the pedal to fit my steel toed boots. But I want to have the bike judged so trying to find an original pedal and put it to as close to stock as I can get it. I know the filter cover is wrong too but I .

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  • VWVortex - Gas Pedal Vibration

    Jul 05, 2019 · Has anyone noticed vibration in the gas pedal? It happens at all speeds and is likely not vibration indicating a problem, just "normal" vibration since my 2016 GTI has the same behavior. I just thought the Tiguan, being a comfort-oriented SUV, wouldn't have the same thing. Maybe it's a MQB thing. If you want to test it out, turn on ACC or coast on the highway and rest you foot lightly over the ...

  • Clutch pedal won't depress at all.

    Jul 30, 2012 · Clutch pedal won't depress at all. I was pulling into a parking spot today at home and the pedal all of the sudden was hard as a rock. Luckily I was able to coast into the spot and get it parked, but I'm not sure where to start. I didn't want to try to force anything and make it worse. ... Powered by vBulletin ...

  • Power Brake question, '79 F150 4x4 - The BangShift Forums

    Re: Power Brake question, '79 F150 4x4 The 79 effie is notorious for bad masters. I replaced 3 on the one I had in 2 years. 2 of them were OEM and the third was from Car Quest. They tend to leak internally and the pedal just drops. They are a definite labor of pleasure to own. They are also known for jumping out of park if left running.

  • MCOR / Pedal Assembly Confusion Explained

    Sep 17, 2014 · Generation 2 Pedal Assembly - Can be used with MCOR2, MCOR3, or MCOR4. If you currently have an MCOR2 that needs to be replaced, you have the option of replacing it with another MCOR2 or ordering the MCOR4 conversion kit. Either way works.-----MCOR CONVERSION KITS MCOR2 to MCOR4 Conversion Kit for Precedent with Gen2 Pedal Assy - AM293001

  • club car won't go some times when pedal pushed, hear click

    Jan 15, 2012 · Re: club car won't go some times when pedal pushed, hear click 96 CC would have a Potentiometer under the floor giving the throttle input signal to the controller.... If the solenoid is clicking then I suspect the Pot. is going bad.

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  • Power vs. cadenceikereview

    Oct 28, 2012 · The faster you pedal the less torque you need to achive the same power ... or the slower you pedal the more torque you need to achieve the same power. Just to expand a little further on this.... While power = torque x cadence that's really a function describing how we measure power, ... Powered by vBulletin ...

  • Power clutchrwillys

    Jul 30, 2019 · The have a detent pedal that dumps the hydraulic fluid to a relief, rather then the transmission. To answer your question, you can purchase a hydraulic clutch set up from Tilton pedals. These are designed for use in race cars, and can be mounted wherever you choose to mount them. ... Powered by vBulletin ...

  • Do I really need a $25 pedal wrench to take off my pedals ...

    Aug 11, 2004 · A pedal wrench is a nice tool to have, but I wouldn't go buy one until it is necessary. Whatever you use, be careful if you have a rubber gasket around the axle next to the flats that the wrench will catch. This seals the internals for the pedal and keeps the dirt out.

  • Brake pedal hard to push down - Toyota 4Runner Forum ...

    Jan 29, 2017 · bad master pedal to floor bad booster high hard pedal. 17 yrs old my guess is booster leak.. when you shut off engine [no vacuum] if the booster is good the brakes should work normally 2-3 times then hard pedal.

  • Ford Mustang Forum - Brake pedal goes to floor

    Yes, I bleed them using the 2 man set up as you describe, bled them 7-8 times this way before I purchased the $100+ power brake bleeder, bled them 5-6 times with power brake bleeder.....same result. The pedal is firm even if the car sits for 7-10 days but as soon as you start the car it goes to the floor when depressed

  • Clutch pedal

    Apr 03, 2019 · Clutch pedal. This is a discussion on Clutch pedal within the Mustang GT350 Problems and Issues forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Forum category; Ok I just picked up a 2016 gt350 and i hate the way the clutch engages and feels. I went from gt's to an 04 ...

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