Hey everyone, I'm a long time lurker. Well I got the Steeda Clutch Quadrent with the Steeda Adjustable Clutch Cable and UPR Fire wall adjuster. I'm just leaving my feedback on the product and the install. First off i think the quality is great on every component. My stock quadrent broke on me, shifting from 4th to 5th on the freeway Thats where the clutch cable connects Also you can see my teeth were starting to strip out on the quadrent next are just side by sides with the steeda quadrent and stock, ive read many things about the arches being different, and about the forks in the wrong spot, and yes the steeda quadrent is a little bigger than the stock one, but one of the forks perfectly line up with the stock fork so i believe you can use your stock cable. I used the steeda cable and you'll see why in a moment. For now pics of both quadrents. Steeda Quadrent is nice and thick Now for my stock cable, ever since i had gotten the car my clutch has been extremely hard to push, ive had unpredictable grabbing points, sometimes my clutch pedal would enagage so low i couldnt disengage my clutch at all. and after unbolting my cable from the fire wall this is what i saw. Next i keep hearing that the Steeda Cable is thinner than the stock until, well my steeda cable was the same thickness as the stock Next thing is that if you are using the steeda cable with any fire wall adjuster then you have to take off the rubber bushing and grind off the tabs so it'll fit There was really only one problem i ran into when installing the steeda cable, and that was were you adjust it from the trans, the threaded portion of the cable is too thick to move up and out, so you have to unscrew the bolts all the way and put in the threaded part first. But then you cant tighten it in place once youve found the proper adjustment. So what i did was screw the lock nut in first fed the cable threw and then put set nut in after, then just tighten the lock nut once youve adjusted the cable. Hard to explain but make it look like this if you ran into the problem i did, its the only way to do it and you'll figure that out fast. Also when down there make sure the cable can freely move,, now is the time to check if its bound up or sticking, i could not freely move my stock one, is was sticking very bad. I love postings with lots of pics in good quality so im doing the same thing, I hope this helps anyone that has been wondering about the steeda quad, cable, and UPR fire wall adjuster. I watched the BBK install video and it is very strait forward from there thats why im not posting on how to install it, plenty of info already on that. Also i bought this package from Ebay and to me it was worth it, Just gotta see how that steeda cable will hold up, if it breaks ill be back posting about it. Before i had a stiff clutch pedal. To me, now it is like i have a hydraulic clutch pedal feel, its so smooth and it always grabs in the same spot, its a whole new car now, and I am very satisfied with it now.