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    Clutch break in question

    I just installed a new 335is clutch and I know you're supposed to drive easy and shift a lot for the first 400 miles or so to break it in but was wondering if I should also uninstall my tune during the break in period to make it even easier on the new clutch?

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    You should be fine with the tune installed, just don't do WOT and Mexico runs for a minimum of 500mi haha. What clutch did you go with?
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    Bad advice. Break in a the clutch the way the car will be driven, period. Any shop worth their salt will back up what I'm saying. No, I'm not joking.
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    The clutch is a 335is clutch which is an upgrade over the regular 335i clutch....

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    I drove easy for a few hundred miles then slowly starting pushing it harder and harder... so far so good.
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