Nah, it's in there proper. dimples snapped into place and everything, hard not to get it in there proper once you slide the bearing onto the input shaft and pop the sleeved pivot guide in(opposite the slave cyl side)
Plus, the pedal action is super smooth all the way down untill it reaches the floor. Clutch engages at about 20% OFF the floor, so long as I dont have an "emergency" stop(slam brakes and clutch), I'm good.
I've put about 100 miles for the break in period so far, not touching the floor. Once I've gone the 500 recomended for break in, I'll test the floor noise again and post if it's still there... dont want to agravate it!
Last edited by NorthGaLocal; 06-04-2012 at 03:11 AM.