Gotta question for all you hydro clutch gurus out there. I just recently converted mine from mechanical to hydraulic. I see no provision for adjusting the clutch, and I assume that is one of the benefits of hydro. However, I did install a new flywheel, pressure plate, clutch disc, throwout bearing and pilot bushing. My clutch seems to work fine, no slipping or anything but... I like my clutches to engage/disengage as the pedal leaves the floorboard (low). This hydro clutch doesn't seem to do anything until my foot is almost ready to be removed from the clutch pedal, after completing a shift (high). If I push on the pedal lightly, I can sort of "feel" the one inch or so of free play, so like I said, I think everything works properly, I just don't like where the point of action occurs. Is there any way to adjust/change where this action point is? Can an adjustable threaded rod be used at the slave cylinder to make this happen instead of the stock unthreaded rod? Or would that damage the slave cylinder by making it bottom out prematurely or something? Thanks for any advice!