Hey everyone... I am having a clutch issue that I cannot pin down, and, as always, when I can't get an answer on the american boards, I look for input from my Aussie Z brothers. So I did the LS swap last year, very happy I did by the way, and I bought the solid fork and shortened pivot ball from Zspeed. Since then, the clutch has always engaged really close to the floor. A couple of weeks ago, out of the blue, the clutch got really inconsistent. Sometimes it felt normal, other times almost no pressure with the engine on, and having to pump the clutch to get it to disengage. This week I replaced the slave, and the master, flushed through with a litre of new fluid, bled it, correctly, and adjusted the clutch pedal out as far as it will go. It is better, and 19 out of 20 times I press the clutch, it will disengage fine, but that 20th one, I still have to pump the clutch a couple times to get enough movement to disengage it. The guy that sells the fork kit swears that the pivot ball being shorter doesn't matter, but I don't see how it can't. So I think that is part of the issue. Otherwise, I am stumped. Is there anything in the booster that can break, or wear down so motion is reduced? Anything else you guys can imagine that would cause such an issue? Thanks.