Hello everyone, Hoping for a little insight on a clutch installation that I just finished. It’s nothing fancy, just a Summit Racing clutch that is supposed to be rated for about 400 hp. Here is a link to the clutch kit: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-700806/year/1972/make/buick/model/skylark I replaced the flywheel with a freshly resurfaced one that I bought from a fellow member on the forum here. Rebuilt the 3 speed Saginaw transmission with new bearings and synchros, and ditched the crappy unbranded floor shifter for a Hurst Mastershift. It’s a typical case of a project creeping into something significantly larger. After changing out all of this, the clutch engagement seems very gradual and lacks the “positive” feel that I expected from a new clutch. Had to fabricate a new pushrod for the connection between the z bar and the clutch fork. The original one was too short, so I made a longer one. That helped. Followed the shop manual instructions a second time for linkage adjustment, and got it a little bit better. But it still seems kind of mushy and soft, like it might not be engaging and releasing correctly. Any thoughts on what might be going on?