Twin Disc Pedal Pressure? (Mcleod rxt)

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I just replaced my stocker with an rxt as well and I was surprised when the pedal feel was not as light as I was expecting. It is much lighter than the stocker but no where's near as light as a hydraulic clutch. My clutch cable is a couple years old and was purchased from lmr but has never given me any problems.
 

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Mentioned this before but are you sure you guys aren’t getting the 1200?

It’s substantially heavier than the original RXT; unsure of the numerical designation



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Mcloed RXT - MCL-6932-07 from Lethal Performace is what I have. Got it during their Christmas sale last year.

Ok ya appears you got the 1000hp one or whatever they rate it to.

I thought mine was surprisingly light, but this was my first Terminator and have never felt a stock one.

I wonder how much shortening the pivot ball increases pedal effort. I did that at the same time I did the 1200 and it’s way heavier. Gotten used to it now but at first I was like holy shit! Gonna break my cable.


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Its funny that u mention about the pivot ball length. I used the mcloed pivot ball and initially set it up according to information I got here which was about 6mm shorter than stock. This left the shift fork touching the trans and pushing against the clutch fingers. After multiple tries I finally had to cut about a 1/4" off the pivot ball to get proper alignment. The end result if I remember correctly was about 12mm shorter than stock.
 

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Its funny that u mention about the pivot ball length. I used the mcloed pivot ball and initially set it up according to information I got here which was about 6mm shorter than stock. This left the shift fork touching the trans and pushing against the clutch fingers. After multiple tries I finally had to cut about a 1/4" off the pivot ball to get proper alignment. The end result if I remember correctly was about 12mm shorter than stock.

the shorter you make the pivot ball, the less mechanical leverage you have at the tob, and that requires more effort at the pedal.
 

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