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03-03-2013, 08:08 AM #1
HELP: Hydraulic Clutch Setup for stock pedal.
Hey guys, I just put in a tremec 5 speed into my 70 Challenger. I decided to go with a Hydraulic clutch/ Throwout bearing. Very tight space for me by the clutch pedal. I've been looking for a nice hydraulic clutch conversion to use my existing pedal. I don't want to completely re work the fire wall? Has anyone done this and if so, did you make or buy a bracket? I can weld and FAB. so if you can help, I can probably make it.
Help and ideas would be very much appreciated. Even a picture or two!!
03-03-2013, 06:16 PM #2Status
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There are 2 that bolt into the oval hole in the firewall & the pushrod connects onto the stock pedal , Keisler , bad system takes hours to bleed the air out .
The second system is far better ,I cannot remember the name of it , BigBlue73 on the CC site works for Classic trans conversions / Hurst & has access to the better system
03-03-2013, 06:50 PM #3
Thanks. I already bought a willwood master cylinder, but I can return it or perhaps it will fit. From what I've seen most of the small master cylinders have same bolt pattern.