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I have a 2002 wrx 4 door with some mods

It feels like after 4000 rpm it switches into neutral when your stomping on it and feels like its not engaging.the guy who we bought the car from assured us he put a new cluch in but i dunno.feels like the clutch is slipping.could it be anything else??

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Sounds like clutch slip. If the revs continue to climb but the car no longer accelerates then it is that.

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