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Chevrolet Corvette 427 Limited Edition Z06: Hi just installed

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Hi just installed a new cluth, flywheel, throwout bearing on
LS7 engine.
Looks good but is grinding reverse bad.
Wont go in. Drove in all forward gears. First a little notchy.
Any clues?
We rebled the fluid. good pedal feel.
Please help:
It is best to pressure bleed the system to make sure you have all of the air out. Air is the most common cause of the issue you are having. Even then on some aftermarket setups you may need to shim the clutch to get enough throw to disengage all the way. I suggest your read through the forum post linked below. They are not using the exact same transmission but the same can apply.

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