97-13 Clutch Pedal Return Spring Kit (ND)

The C5 & C6 factory clutch systems have had issues with the clutch pedal going to the floor under high RPM use and not returning to the correct position. The engineers at Lingenfelter have come up with a clutch return spring kit that forces the master cylinder orifice to open and allows the fluid to
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Description
The C5 & C6 factory clutch systems have had issues with the clutch pedal going to the floor under high RPM use and not returning to the correct position. The engineers at Lingenfelter have come up with a clutch return spring kit that forces the master cylinder orifice to open and allows the fluid to flow back into the master cylinder, which resolves the clutch pedal sticking issue. This kit also speeds up the application of the clutch after the pedal is released. This is cheaper and easier to perform than any other repairs or modifications.

The Clutch Pedal Return Kit includes a stainless steel spring with a dampening sleeve to prevent noise. This kit fits all C5 1997-2004 & C6 2005-2013 Corvette applications.
Specifications
Base Unit of Measure KIT
Net Weight 0.5
Car Years 1 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Part # 535096
Search Description PEDALS SPRINGS
Reviews (1)
  • C5 Clutch Pedal Return Spring Kit
    I have issues with my one owner 99 vette, 33,000 miles. One time the clutch pedal remained on the floor. Most times the pedal refused to return to the rest position. I didn't think this would eliminate the problem , and it was a little pricey. I'm pleased with the result, pedal effort is a little greater. I find the engagement is much smoother. Important point is that I don't track, or thrash the car around. My fault for not replacing the master cylinder fluid. I started to remove and refill the master cylinder many times which also improved the problem. I don't know if this fix will work for those who drive the car hard. For me, I'm thrilled I don't have to pull the clutch.
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