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So I am in the middle of doing the clutch delay valve removal and I can't get the the clip back in . Can someone please help me? Is there a trick? I am stuck. I have tried for hours to get it back in.
 

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Man, I don't know why anyone does this...
 

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I used a pair of needle nose pliers, they were the double-jointed type which allowed me to squeeze them into the tight space.


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slightly, and I mean slightly, pull/push the line in/out while pushing the clip in


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So it's all back together. I hear a small woosh noise when shifting hard at high rpms now though. Is that normal with this mod? I am so happy that it doesn't sit there with high revs after pushing in the clutch now. So worth it.
 

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I think the woosh is gone now. Just a product of me having the line off for so long and still needed some bleeding. This mod is well worth it. I am so happy that my revs drop when I push the clutch in now. So worth it.
 

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So, what was the trick?
I lost the clip so I used aircraft safety wire and my safety wire pliers. I used to work on aircraft. I am ordering a couple of clips and going to replace the safety wire with the clip at some point. Honestly the safety wire is more secure than the clip though but I want things to be just right.
 

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I lost the clip so I used aircraft safety wire and my safety wire pliers. I used to work on aircraft. I am ordering a couple of clips and going to replace the safety wire with the clip at some point. Honestly the safety wire is more secure than the clip though but I want things to be just right.

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