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After changing the clutch slave cylinder, and bleeding it, is there anything else we should do 9(e-adjust master cylinder, how?)?
We changed mine today and something just does not feel complete, gear shifting feels ....rough......not sure.....:confused:
 

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When you bleed the clutch slave cylinder make sure the bleed screw is 'up' to get all the air out of it. (The slave cylinder can rotate in it's mount.) Hydraulic clutchs can be tricky to get all the air out - you're trying to push air down & but it wants to rise. It may need to be re-bled.

There is an 'adjustment' for the clutch MC. Look in this thread for the details.
http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/showthread.php?t=22428&highlight=clutch+master

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The easist way to bleed a clutch slave is before you install it let it dangle on hose. Then you crack the bleeder screw open and wait til you have clean fluid (without bubbles), move it around a little to make sure and tighten screw. Install slave cyl. and drive away!
 
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