Sorry to be a pain, I'm usually the one answering the tech questions so I don't immediatly think to ask hence the slow drip of questions.
OK, my clutch (well the cars, mines fine). I have to press the pedal to the floor to get it into gear (or change).
As I'm used to high bite points it's taking time to get used to this.
(for the record, the Caterham AP twin palte unit has about an inch between in and out and is really like a light switch)
I have no slip, judder or noisy CRB. It does not appear to need bleeding (but may have some air in it, it's just is not spongy)
So, to save me looking at the slave and pedal mechanism is there any adjustments that will raise the bite point,
ed to add that I've just read the title. It's not a euphemism for anything