While doing some logs the other night, noticed that when flooring it from 2000rpm's it got to about 2750rpm's then raised to about 3000 rpm's with no speed alteration then dropped. Did 4 logs and each time did it.
Then did a standing start with no issues!!!!
I have read on Seat Cupra net about the soapy water trick, what they say do is pour approximately 4 litres of hot soapy water into the clutch (through the inspection hole) while the engine is running, allow it to drain and then take for a drive to dry it up. This is suppost to clean the plates in case there is oil of other matter on them.
Has anyone tried this on here?