New to me 2009 Bullitt

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  1. skwerl

    skwerl tree hugger

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    No, not adjustable. But there is also no good way to bleed it, either. When I did my last clutch the pedal engagement was very high but after a couple weeks it was closer to the middle, as it should be.
     
  2. Dei2303

    Dei2303 Junior Member

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    well looks like the spring is already gone lol. The previous owner has definently done a lot to this car and I’m still figuring it out lol
     
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    Love that car. And I have the same suspension set up on mine. I do track it, and with the lowering springs, bigger sway bar, panhard bar etc it handles very well.
     
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    Glad I made it here. Not that it'll ever be a high bucks collectable car, but we with '09's are driving a rare Mustang. Info I got from the International Bullitt Club tells me only 626 in Green, 181 in Black.

    No mods here since I no longer do track days, autocross, or hit the strip. For me, it's just a semi well balanced driver used for trips out of town.
     
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    Only 2011+ have the clutch helper springs.
     
  6. Dei2303

    Dei2303 Junior Member

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    Oh ok I was under the impression 09s had them too. I love getting her on the backroads.
     

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