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Offline Andy@MMRT


  • Joined: Aug 2015

  • Drives: Murcielago
  • Location: Sydney via Elsewhere
Hi all, done some searching but can't really find what I'm looking for.

Is there anything that can be done to improve the weight and feel (ie increase it) of the clutch on the Murcielago?  It's just too light and "numb".  Takes away some of the driving engagement.  Any mods with a smaller slave cylinder, or any other way to decrease the leverage on the hydraulics? 

The clutch is a Kevlar unit with about 4,000km / 12 months on it and it's ridiculously light. 




Offline diabloinoz

  • 300kph+ club

  • Joined: Nov 2013

  • Drives: Diablo 6.0
  • Location: Sydney
Hi all, done some searching but can't really find what I'm looking for.

Is there anything that can be done to improve the weight and feel (ie increase it) of the clutch on the Murcielago?  It's just too light and "numb".  Takes away some of the driving engagement.  Any mods with a smaller slave cylinder, or any other way to decrease the leverage on the hydraulics? 

The clutch is a Kevlar unit with about 4,000km / 12 months on it and it's ridiculously light.
Maybe try some of the boys on Lambopower.com



Offline andecorp

  • Biggest daddy in the park 300kph+ club
  • No idea how to make her happy!

  • Joined: Jan 2007

  • Drives: too many cars for one ass
Hi all, done some searching but can't really find what I'm looking for.

Is there anything that can be done to improve the weight and feel (ie increase it) of the clutch on the Murcielago?  It's just too light and "numb".  Takes away some of the driving engagement.  Any mods with a smaller slave cylinder, or any other way to decrease the leverage on the hydraulics? 

The clutch is a Kevlar unit with about 4,000km / 12 months on it and it's ridiculously light.
You have to go to Diablo clutches to have a nice feel. The Murcie one feels econobox light.
You make something idiotproof, they'll make a better idiot.



Offline diabloinoz

  • 300kph+ club

  • Joined: Nov 2013

  • Drives: Diablo 6.0
  • Location: Sydney



Offline Andy@MMRT


  • Joined: Aug 2015

  • Drives: Murcielago
  • Location: Sydney via Elsewhere
You have to go to Diablo clutches to have a nice feel. The Murcie one feels econobox light.

It didn't help jumping between the 550 and the murci, but yeah, it's disconcertingly light.  My Audi S5 clutch is heavier....

Will try the lads on Lambopower. 



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