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    Clutch Master cylinder

    How hard is it to change out the clutch master cylinder. Have any of you guys replaced one? I read on the net you have to remove the brake master cylinder and booster, isnt that hard plumbed?

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    It's not THAT hard, but it takes some time to get the two nuts off and slide it out of the firewall. Are you replacing it with a stock unit or a Tick unit?

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    Go with the Tick unit. Please.
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    Do you have to remove the brake master and booster to get at it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfin View Post
    Do you have to remove the brake master and booster to get at it?
    No.

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    Master cylinder

    Have you replace one on a GTO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnfin View Post
    Have you replace one on a GTO?
    Whoops...didn't realize this was for a GTO, my bad. I honestly don't know then.

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    Are you trying to clean out the reservoir? It's not hard plumbed as far as I know.

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    Going to replace the clutch hydraulics. Looks all steel to me, brake master cylinder and anti-lock brake module have steel tubing coming out of them.

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    I could be wrong, but I believe there is a plastic tube that runs from the slave to the master. What's wrong with your clutch hydraulics?

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