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Master Cylinder for a Monster Clutch

This is a discussion on Master Cylinder for a Monster Clutch within the Manual Transmission forums, part of the Drivetrain category; well thats what most reviews say that they had to heat the end of it to get it to fit...

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    well thats what most reviews say that they had to heat the end of it to get it to fit

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    Do you have long tube headers? If so it's gonna be a pain installing the master cylinder because one of the header tubes gets in the way. If you got stock manifolds it's easier. it's not impossible with LTs though, just tougher cause you got less space to work with. In fact that's mainly what you will run into with these cars. Everything is crammed into a very small space in the engine bay.
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    no kidding! haha well i dont have lts yet but i should be ordering them next week sometime

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooddaniel View Post
    Do you have long tube headers? If so it's gonna be a pain installing the master cylinder because one of the header tubes gets in the way. If you got stock manifolds it's easier. it's not impossible with LTs though, just tougher cause you got less space to work with. In fact that's mainly what you will run into with these cars. Everything is crammed into a very small space in the engine bay.
    Even with the stock manifolds the Tick MC takes some patience to get it in. I ended up dropping the steering column (some say that's not neccesary) to get enough clearance to get it installed.
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    I figure 90% of this stuff takes patience...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BashamWS6 View Post
    I figure 90% of this stuff takes patience...lol
    It does, it's rewarding though. I just pay for shopwork now. I'm too busy these days to do much myself anymore. It was fun when I used to have time

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