spent a few days parusing the forums and still need help. You see, y'all are talking about fixing what appears to be the inherent clutch problems the 9 came with. My case however involves some poor judgement and an apparent lack of skill. Just before the new 260 went on the back, I set up the cameras and attempted a burn out. It is with great embarrassment that I tell you I was unsuccessful and You Tube viewers will have to settle with "First second third then oops" video for a little while longer. To add insult to injury, my clutch now slips when I shift under HARD acceleration and does it in all gears. At as easy or moderate twist of the wrist, she seems ok (for now). Dealer quoted upwards of 6-7 hundred so I really need to do this on my own. Would greatly appreciate any advise under this particular situation (kit? replace all the plates? simple adjustment?) and will humbly accept the ribbing that comes with a failure of such unmanly proportions as this.