Depending on the manufacturer clutches differ. My Exedy OEM-spec clutch is far softer than the actual OE clutch that came stock, even though it's built to similar spec. That's the reason I'm upgrading to Exedy Stage 1 if this clutch ever fails. It may be that your clutch is just soft out of the box.
ok I'll try bleeding it when I have time this week
I also noticed after driving some more, sometimes the clutch sticks to the floor and comes back up automatically on it's own within a few seconds or sometimes I have to pull it. I also noticed that sometimes the car won't go in car unless I really put the clutch to the ground.
Definitely sounds like a clutch hydraulic issue to me. Bleed the system, and inspect the clutch master and slave cylinders (and lines) for leaks. However, I've heard that mechanical problems with the clutch can cause similar symptoms (but that's unlikely with a new clutch).
For the bleed just get a small bottle of DOT3 fluid. You'll also probably want a partner. There's a description of the bleeding procedure on the first page of the link in my sig., at the end of the clutch MC writeup, if you're interested.
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