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I have a Spyder GS 03, 97k miles.

My clutch pedal feels weak whenever I step on it to shift. I dont have any

problems with slipping as the pedal does engage. Its just that the pedal feels

weak. Reservoir tank is fine. I cheked for any leaks and nothing. Im thinking

is the pedal support member, the actual pedal mechanism? How can I make

the pedal feel "normal" with resistance and not so weak? Please help guys,

thank you. Im hoping I dont need to do a clutch overhaul :sad:
 

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Check under the rubber to see if the slave cylinder is going bad. It's right on the bell housing of the transmission, to the right of the stock header. If the slave is fine try bleeding the system, there might be air bubbles in it. Have someone pump the clutch a few times, hold it in, then loosen the bleeder screw on the slave cylinder. Make sure there's no air in the line.
 

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I agree. Bleed the brake lines again. I would doubt that the pedal itself is messed up.
 
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