Strange Clutch Feeling
Well, an issue that happened during the winter sometimes has come back with the recent 40's and 50's at night it seems. Driving the car around, when the clutch is being slipped taking off in first or going into any gear, and using the clutch, it feels incredibly stair-steppy, vague, and I almost feel a vibration or buzzing during that moment of power-transfer when slipping into gear? Hopefully that makes sense............ My car has been acting like this since I raced it Friday night. It still bangs gears meaning it's not slipping.
Could this be a slave cylinder issue? Hydraulic issue of some sort? Some sort of clutch/clutch line issue?
The clutch acts very VERY vague during this. I'ts like it can't just act normally, like it just isn't a smooth transfer of energy between engine to drivetrain in the act of changing gears.... (wow, really hope this makes sense)!
2002 Mustang GT 5 speed: Mach 1 grille delete, K&N drop-in air filter, 75mm BBK throttle body, ported C&L plenum, UPR upper and lower control arms, KYB shocks/struts, McLeod Super Street Pro clutch kit, AM firewall adjuster, MM clutch quadrant, Steeda Tri-Ax shifter, Bassani catted x pipe, Flowmaster weld-in 40's, SCT 93 octane Bama tune
2013 Mustang GT 6 speed: GT Track Package, 301A Tech Package, JLT Catch Can, GT500 Axleback, Steeda Shifter Bushing