New-TB fallout

I have noticed that after having my TB replaced - as the old one would not perform adaptation - revs do not drop sharply when lifting the accelerator pedal. This is particularly annoying when changing gears in my manual
tranny, as it is then nearly impossible to perform a smooth change because revs are still higher than they should be on declutching.
Any ideas on how to revert to the old behaviour?
Also, since this is putting a lot of unnecessary stress on the clutch, I feel it is wearing out faster. Any ideas where to get a good clutch - hopefully better than stock - and prices?
Any comments appreciated.
JP Roberts, '98 1.8TQ, ettinger chipped.
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Nor does mine :( mines been like it since I had the car, especially noticable in traffic. Maybe the timing is now out a touch?
Mines in the garage at the moment, due to linkage failure Audi quoted me 3000 + Vat thats over $5000 to replace the gearbox, its in a transmission place at the moment and having a new clutch and linkage, should cost 1000 max
Ron
ps first major thing wrong with car in 4 yrs :( couldnt get it out of 5th gear <manual>
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What is a TB?
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Lol in the UK TB means Timing Belt
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I'd have thought it'd mean "Tony Blair" Over There...
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