Maybe the used clutch is the problem, or the problem was already there. I always change the pilot bushing when I change a clutch, but then again I also use new components. Because in areas like the clutch, looks are usually deceiving, as a clutch set that appears fine many times is not. If you change the bushing be sure the flywheel goes on in the same position, if there's more then one way it can go on. Also did you resurface the flywheel to get rid of the surface irregularities? I'm guessing no since you installed used components. Just like brake rotors, a surface with irregularities can cause all sorts of problems.
Last edited by cocobolo95; 11-08-2012 at 06:41 AM.