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There may still be some air in the system or the master cylinder needs replacement as well, in my opinion both should be changed at the same time, in any case, does the clutch release so you can put it in first and reverse without grinding?
That means the clutch is releasing properly, is there any other problem?
Ok, maybe it just feels different because they way it felt to you before, if it releases and shifts gears without grinding and doesn't slip I don't see a problem here.
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Thanks for the update, that's a mechanical issue not hydraulic, first make sure that there is about 1/4" of free play in the pedal before there is contact with the master cylinder, if this is correct then the clutch itself consisying of the pressure plate and the clutch friction disk should be replaced along with the release bearing.
Ok, if there isn't you can adjust the master cylinder pushrod under the dash, you'll see it where it attaches to the pedal and the adjustment threaded rod and lock nut, use a wrench to unlock the nut the turn the rod in until there is about 1/4" of play, retighten the lock nut. the slave cylinder is not adjustable.
Keep me posted.
Ok, if it still slips the clutch will need replacing.