I have a TDI 150, with 3500 miles on the clock. It has an upsolute chip which alledgeably gives 312lbft of torque. Since the cold weather , say temps below 0 degs, and extra torque, the clutch is just begining slip at around 2800 rpm. I'm a bit disappointed because I thought it was a 350lbft drive train. Also I expected the slip to be at about 2000 rpm where peak torque is? If I put the standard chip back in then I bet the slippage will stop, but so will the fun. I can n't exactly go back to a dealer and ask for a new clutch.The cars under warranty so I did n't want to fit an uprated clutch at this stage. The clutch pedal is a little high and the travel is longer than I would like. Can any one reccomend a course of action? Can the standard clutch be adjusted? Is there a quick fix?