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Also, if your pedal throw is out of adjustment and you depress the pedal too far, the spring under the floor board will actually pull the pedal to the floor rather than pulling it back toward your foot. It is on a pivot/fulcrum, and depressing the pedal too far moves the picot past "vertical" so it becomes negative force. You may be right on the edge of this condition.

Other possibilities have been mentioned - lube needed on guide tube for throw out bearing, or cable friction. Though I would think cable friction would be throughout the motion not just at the end of the throw.

1988 930 coupe - Silver Metallic
stock 3.3L w/GT35R, B&B Headers, RarlyL8 muffler, B&B intercooler, Tial wastegate, Electromotive tecGT based phased sequential EFI & ignition, Wevo shifter
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