Civic coupe vti 1999.
After I changed my clutch slave cylinder it seemed the revs seem to go up slower and I need to apply more gas now to prevent It from stalling and I shift gears later now.
I believe that if you have an old clutch it might be more revvy(slip) and if you never had a new clutch getting a new one would mak the car seem less revvy as it’s not slipping? Can a older clutch slave cylinder cause this symptom too and so what I am experiencing now is just how the car was designed? It feels more quiter and similar to a normal Car In low rpm than before the clutch Slave replacement were it was more revvy which I thought was how the car is meant to be and seemed nicer.
New clutch was pagid brand and original was most likely Honda.
Thing is I found the slave leaking recently prior to which I don’t believe it was leaking. So if the Slavs was worn, in what way could it be worn to cause higher revs or must it be leaking for this to happen?