Hoping I can get some input, not had a chance to look at car thoroughly but would like to see if anyone can advise....
FD3S, has a os giken twin plate clutch in there with the pull to push converter.
Only recently upon starting the car and driving to warm it up the clutch is perfect, biting point just above middle of pedal travel, grips nice and doesn't slip. Once the car has warmed up (around 85c water temp on Pfc) car still drives fine, around 10mins later the clutch begins to slip. 1st gear fine, slips badly in 2,3,4,5 etc. But only this the biting point all of a sudden the biting point is right up at the top of the pedal, literally as soon as before you take your foot completely off.
Let the car cool down say over night, next morning it's fine again until it's warmed up and driven for a while and this problem presents its self again. So is this the clutch going? In my experience of clutches going I do know they can slip a bit more when warm etc but I've never had this biting point changing. If a clutch is going I've always experienced the biting point getting higher and higher with time....not going back to normal once cool. I've inspected the clutch master and no visible leaks and no loss of fluid....so is it simply clutch going bad or anything else?