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Is there any kind of better fluid, a better line, or anything else I can do for this? Its not going to work at the track, because its really bad on the street...
 

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nevermind... I figured it out...
 

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use a brake fluid that has a higher boiling point... I have some motul 600 on the way... But thats all it is is brake fluid... Also make sure you have no air in the line...
 

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We had a similar problem with the 1989 Esprit SE and newer S4/S4s models. Lotus used a crap plastic hose that ran close to the coolant tubes (through the chassis for the mid engine). When the engine warmed up, the plastic hose would expand and you couldn't get the slave enough fluid pressure to work the clutch. A retrofitted braided steel line and good fluid cured the problem.

Hey Luke maybe Lindsay could develop a braided steel line to replace the rubber clutch line.

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