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clutch pedal effort vs Evora ?

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Sat in an Exige S Roadster today and was shocked at the effort required to depress the clutch vs my old Evora. Reminded me of my old 997 GT3 .

So do I assume the clutch is different from the Evora even though same engine and gearbox ?

Dave

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I would say that my Roadster clutch is a bit lighter than my Evora was, but both are fairly heavy.

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I'vre driven 6-7 Exige V6's now and can't say I've noticed the clutch being heavy to be honest.

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Hmmm well this car (circa 8k miles) was definitely substantially heavier than my Evora was, with a bit of squeaking going on too. . I would guess double the effort which would make me question the clutch on this particular car. Thanks for confirmation anyway.

I would say that my Roadster clutch is a bit lighter than my Evora was, but both are fairly heavy.

Well I would say the Evora was half the effort than a 911 GT3, so confirms my suspicions something wasn't right. Will have to pop in Silverstone sometime and try their V6's for confirmation.

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I was going to suggest exactly that. At least that way you've a benchmark.

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The clutch on my Exige is in my view light so like others feel perhaps the car you tried my need some attention.

Trevor.

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