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I'm going with mechanical. Honestly, outside of driving a manual, I don't know shit about how to work on them or anything. This the first time I've ever touched a clutch wirh something other than my foot to a clutch pedal. I have no idea what I'm doing and learning as I go. Parts got delivered yesterday, and have no idea what to do with them. Hopefully I'll be able to figure it out this weekend.

Cool.

The linkage kits for mechanical clutches never offer much more than 1:1 lever ratios, so you'll have a mah-velous left leg before too long.

That's why I'm looking at a hydro kit for the GTO, between the poor ergonomics of the car (no T&T column, no seat adjustment but fore and aft) and the heavy actuation of both the brakes and the clutch, I'm left wanting in the "driver satisfaction" department. It does do magnificent burnouts, though.
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