Are we talking an adjustable clutch rod or an adjustable clutch master cylinder? I think at the right price point it could garner a lot of interest.Actually we have recently added in house CNC machining to our shop's list of capabilities. So this is very much back on the table. Sound off if this is something you want to see made.
He can,I made 2 different types .Both work great and do not cost much .If 2872 PM's me I can explain to him what parts are needed .It is a item that hyundai should but won't offer as the tranny and clutch problems within the Gen Coupe platform ''IS'' caused by $hitty brake fluid and clutch rod slop play caused by thinning fluid and clutch wear over time and heat and air within the lines .
The metal bushing was used because the eye was too large for the clutch pedals mount .It was a PITA to drill the bushing's .375'' I.D. to a .403'' I.D. on my drill press because the ACE hardware bushings are hardened .Also it was longer than needed so I had to cut it's length down as well .The shaft of the ford adjustable clutch rod is a 1/4-28 thread pitch , you can either (save the thread length) cut it 2 '' long and weld it back together and hand grind the finish or use a die nut and thread the rod a 1/4 up to the tip and cut the unneeded threads .the clutch rod eye is .050'' thinner than the plastic OEM rod so I purchased a thin metric washer that fit .The washer mic'ed .047'' thick and the hole's I.D was the correct size .Made my own from NAPA store adjustable adj clutch rod for a 1983-1987 ford f150-f250 truck , a metal bushing and metric washer(spring type washer I flattened out some) from Ace Hardware . Had to thread the rod further and cut to size and cut the length of the metal Ace Hardware metal bushing ,done .
If there was a way to send you a pic ,I could show you the 1 I made .You don't have to remove the clip anymore to remove the adj rod to adjust it .Mine looks like a factory made Item .