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    The Bob Ross of MBN Bullnerd's Avatar
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    Congrats Kuma, cool car for sure.
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    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    Nice!
    Able to get any video?
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    Update on the car, I picked up an '07 busa motor with low miles, it is mounted in the car now, getting an exhaust built, I need to setup the throttle and shifter linkage, wiring and air box.
    want to have it ready for Glamis but I'm beginning to panic, I run into little problems that seem to take much longer than they should to work out.

    Anyone have experience with the bust hydraulic clutch? the one that I have was broken at some time and welded, I'm assuming this was because the master cylinder was too big and it just acted as a hydraulic jack, I think my master cylinder is a 3/4" CNC, is that too big or is there a modification used to limit the volume of fluid going to the slave?
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    You need an adjustable stop on the clutch pedal. Limit the stroke of the master cylinder and you limit the stroke of the slave cylinder.
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    I put a spacer and a jam nut under the rubber bellow to limit master cylinder travel. I used a 5/8 Mc to give the clutch slightly better feel.
    Proud owner of a two seat pucker-mobile. Funco inspired mini buggy powered by a Busa. Giving out free rides to anyone brave enough.
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    Thanks for the tips, I consider one or combination of both of these suggestions.

    Any suggestions on shifter linkage, I'm trying to figure a way of adding an extra link in the setup that was on the car for the 750 engine, now I'm thinking on some how hybridizing adding a cable but not sure how that will hookup to the shifter, suggestions, pictures?
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    Theres also a clutch slave saver for the busa. Reccommend!!
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    If your mean the stock hydraulic clutch slave cylinder, that has the rod that actually moves the clutch, I have that.
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    That part keeps the cylinder from breaking off if the master pushes too hard,

    I would still run a limit of sorts.
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