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The Evo clutch is of the Pull-type, not the conventional “Push-type” in most other cars.

When new, the fork arm will be as yours is, towards the engine. As the friction plate wears over time/mileage, the arm will end up more central in the hole. It’s sprung-loaded, hence why it returns to its forward position.

If the clutch is slipping, it points to either a glazed friction plate/flywheel, faulty cover plate, or the clutch’s torque-handling capability is insufficient for your power level.
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