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Mr. Stangarang
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I have a clutch in with 300 miles and I understand that the normal break-in is roughly 500 miles but mine is making some weird noises. It happens at low rpm's, stops between roughly 1,500 and 3,000 and after that it comes back. When I broke my motor in I stayed around 1,500 and 2,500 rpm so could this be why it doesn't make the noise around those rpms? It's so hard to explain the noise, maybe like the tob isn't fully disengaging? But with the clutch in I have no problem shifting while driving and the clutch isn't slipping and I do not smell burnt clutch.
 

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Head Unicorn
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Kind of a howling.... screeching... squeeling noise? Throw out bearing. I don't know why the aftermarket can't get them right.... but it seems to be a damned plague.
 

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Mr. Stangarang
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Eh at times I'm pretty sure it's the clutch breaking in but the tob I used was an oem piece so idk.
 
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