Re: Hydraulic clutch in Muncie
I'd have to drive one to compare. I have had linkage clutches, but only on slant-6 Dodge Vans, and this El Camino briefly when my did first got it. I have had cable clutches, GM HS Body (Monza/Sunbird) those sucked in every way possible, FWD Mopars (Shelby Charger Turbo, Rampage...) Those were great as long as the auto-adjust didn't get stuck between ratchet points and click. And hydraulic clutches (PT Cruiser, Chrysler Crossfire, XJ Jeep Cherokee) those were all excellent.
I have not driven a high torque car with hydraulic clutch, but I think I would like it. I have thought about it in my El Camino, since I still have a clutch pedal swaying in the wind down there, and keep kicking around the idea of going back to manual.
1967 El Camino Malibu - Deepwater Blue
ZZ4 350, FiTech 600 complete!,Roadmaster tank, 700R4, Underdash A/C in progress, JGC Steering, 1990s truck serpentine.