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Old 08-23-2009, 02:57 PM   #1
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Had my eye set on this

http://www.steeda.com/products/quick...h_quadrant.php

$60 is it worth it or should I go with a double? What are the acutal differences then with the quick release? You adjust them the same right? Any benefit for going double?

Thanks guys. I need this asap since shifting is a pain
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Get the quick release version. It adds some effective pedal travel to the clutch linkage system. These cars need all they can get.
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Get the quick release version. It adds some effective pedal travel to the clutch linkage system. These cars need all they can get.
Thanks Dana... I was reading on here and svtp and it all seems jumbled up and tons of people opinions could not get a straight answer on what the differences are? Anyway you can explain what the double hook does that many say is better or the single will be fine?

I just hate the clutch grabbing like 1/4 from the floor and shifting gets harder the longer I drive the car.

The link I posted is that a good one to go with? Seems like all the others are in the $80-90 dollar range
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http://www.lethalperformance.com/03-...adrant-p-14947

Also was thinking of this one.
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i got the double hook and the adj, cable on mine and starts to grab at about half the pedal travel back from the floor...


also get the freeplay spring kit as well or the pedal will rattle and drive u insane
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i got the double hook and the adj, cable on mine and starts to grab at about half the pedal travel back from the floor...


also get the freeplay spring kit as well or the pedal will rattle and drive u insane
Thanks I think im going to go with the lethal performance one. Seems like many people go with the quick release. What made you get the double hook over the quick release?
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Do not get an adjustable cable. They are trouble prone and their life expectancy is very short. Keep the stock cable, it is the best one out there.
The Fiore adjuster is a nice piece and locks automatically as you adjust it. It's worth the extra money.
Get the freeplay kit too.
I can only assume that the double hook version is supposed to allow more adjustability for certain applications.
Their is only a limited amount of travel in the Mustang linkage setup/design and the Q.R. quadrant makes the most of it. It is almost mandatory with an aftermarket clutch.
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Thanks I think im going to go with the lethal performance one. Seems like many people go with the quick release. What made you get the double hook over the quick release?
to be honest , i really cant rmember..its been about 4 yrs now since i did it and have had zero issues with any of it so far
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I'll sell you my old MM quad for 20 bucks
come pick it up in glenview
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Do not get an adjustable cable. They are trouble prone and their life expectancy is very short. Keep the stock cable, it is the best one out there.
The Fiore adjuster is a nice piece and locks automatically as you adjust it. It's worth the extra money.
Get the freeplay kit too.
I can only assume that the double hook version is supposed to allow more adjustability for certain applications.
Their is only a limited amount of travel in the Mustang linkage setup/design and the Q.R. quadrant makes the most of it. It is almost mandatory with an aftermarket clutch.
+1. Dan knows alot about this stuff. Aftermarket cables r junk(speaking from experience). They have twice the pedal effort and snap often, stay w stock. Also don't use Steeda or upr firewall adjusters. The Steeda always works it's way loose, the upr has a jam nut but you can't extend it far enough it hits the valve cover due to it's large circumfrance. I went w fiore still waiting for it to come.
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Another +1 for stock cable, steeda quick release quadrant, fiore firewall adjuster and clutch freeplay kit.
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Another +1 for stock cable, steeda quick release quadrant, fiore firewall adjuster and clutch freeplay kit.
+1 Thats what I ordered thanks guys.
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