2001 Ford Mustang. 2005 Harley Deluxe. 2016 Freightliber Cascadia.
Ok, as many of you know, I did an engine swap on my car. 1986 Taurus MT-5. I used the clutch and pressure plate from the 2.3 that was in the car, on the 2.5 that I put in. The clutch and pressure plate are almost brand new which is why I used them. The problem is the clutch slips horribly. If I keep it VERy light footed and on level ground it isn't very bad, but it accellerates SOOOOOOOOO slow. Like 0-60 in 5 minutes bad. I can be driving along, and then just push on the gas slowly almost to the floor and the clutch will slip, and the car won't gain any speed hardly at all. Sometimes will even slow down. It is adjusted properly, it engages fully and does not overengage. Any idea's?