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Sharham: I just got of the phone with Sean and all I can say is that you are a lucky guy to have his expertise available to you! Great guy! On the issue of the clutch rod Sean says that Titanium will not make any diffferance because it is the design that is bad. He explained what he does to correct the problem with his redesigned clutch.
I asked if there is any way you can inspect the rod visually and get an idea on how it is wearing. Like doing a preventive maintenence check. Sean said that not really. JRV I hope you will comment on these observations. It appears that this rod breakage is happening to quite a few Diablo's and its a shame that there is no way to check it. So, everytime I go for a ride I cannot be sure that thing will not let go. Ughh! JRV, whats do you think? Thanks
 

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JRV: I guess the next question is when will the Titanium replacement be available? I believe you and others were working on that at one time?
 

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Joe: I had mine changed out at Ultimate. Even though it was okay I decided to become proactive with it and put in the newer part number rod, color grey, which is not unbreakable but will last longer than the original equipment according to Ulitmate. Then maybe every 3000 miles or so change it while you are having an oil change. Some owners are already doing this. Prevenative maintenance is smart and will save money and aggravation in the future. Rods, actually two pieces, were about $200 and one hour of labor was charged.
 
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