I've got this competition clutch in my tranny, On-off type & boy was it difficult to drive when i jus bought it but pretty normal now as kinda got used to the bite.
its a fierce clutch very hard on the bite but goes like a shot from there.
a weird thing happened that day when going up a 45 odd degree slope & cause rb's lowered i went in at an angle with the nsf tyre going on the hill 1st follwed by the osf & THEN my nsr tyre approaches the slope with the osr trailing a few inches behind & I LET THE CLUTCH OUT & IT GOES FULLY OUT. Engine speed increases with no movement of the car
then i decided to reverse up the slope in exactly the same way i was going up forwards, & in reverse it was fine.
I jumped out to check if the rear wheel was spinning when going in forwards but it defo were'nt
Like i says i've got a Competition/paddle shift sort clutch & is that normal for the clutch to slip like that when say one rear wheel has more load than the other. Im seriously confused with this one cause it is ok driving normal & even launching the rb it takes it quite good.