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FlashPro questions & answers specific to the 2006-2011 Americas Civic Si
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Watch&Lean
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Hello. I have a few questions
So when you enable no lift shift, does the ecu/flashpro use the clutch pedal sensor (same one thats used to start the car, clutch pedal pressed in all the way) for the feature to work properly? Or it depends just on throttle %.
Also thoughts on a clutch pedal stopper? Can it really harm anything? Even if the stopper is 1-1.5" away from clutch engagement?
Thanks.
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I believe it uses the cruise control clutch switch that activates as soon as the pedal is moved. Why do you need a stopper?
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Spunkster wrote: Mon Apr 11, 2022 10:12 am I believe it uses the cruise control clutch switch that activates as soon as the pedal is moved. Why do you need a stopper?
Hello. Great info about sensor.
Reason for stopper is strange.
I had the oem CMC and clutch engagement was low near floor, clutch felt fine no slip.
Decided to upgrade to SS line and hybrid racing CMC.
Driving out the shop, engagement was now all the way up top..
Was double checked but..
Probably just time for new clutch/flywheel I guess.
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