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Just bolt up the bellhousing with everything set inside, and adjust it without the trans in. It takes a little time, but youll get it. I had to do it with my Spec Stage II as well.
Thanks stangboy. Kinda relieved just to know that someone else with a Spec clutch has had to adjust the the pivot ball height.
Continuing to search on this topic, I've ran across some information instructing to adjust the pivot ball in/out until the clutch fork is angled just slightly forward (toward engine) when pushed up flush with the diaphram.
Yeah, spec makes beautiful clutches, but they aren't necessarily a bolt in affair. I knind of just eyeballed mine, and then made small adjustments, but we were on a lift, so my buddy adjusted and i could keep checking the clutch. Sure makes it easy. Good luck
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