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I recently purchased a 2003 hyuandai tiburon GT with 171k miles on it i was on the interstate doing 80 mph in 4th gear at around 6k rpm when my clutch pedal dropped back into the floor board and just stuck. had lotta slipage over the past week before this happened.. do i need to replace the clutch or do a flywheel conversion.

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Hmmm... 80mph @6000 rpm is not normal. you are needing a lot of power to produce 80mph. it seems clutch assembly needs replacement. clutch assembly includes clutch disc, fly wheel, and release bearing. might as well check your clutch master if the vacuums are still working properly. this might be the culprit to the stuck up clutch pedal.

after replacing the clutch assembly, you can reach 80mph @ 4000-4500rpm

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