Originally Posted by patrickch
you may not want to announce to everyone here about the clutch stop... if you want to make sure BMW will pay for it, or even 50%
A BMS clutch stop has nothing to do with this. If the clutch stop was an issue it would make for hard shifting as the clutch would not be fully disengaged allowing some engine power to be transmitted to the transmission while trying to shift gears. What I now don't understand is how there is no damage to either the pressure plate or flywheel plate and only to the clutch disk. But regardless. The OP could not have abused the clutch in 10,000 miles without other obvious driveline wear. Even slowing down the car with the clutch would take longer than 10,000 miles. BMW clutch disks last a long time.