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Author: Subject: Type 9 hydrolic clutch
Thatcher

posted on 20/11/17 at 07:07 AM Reply With Quote
Type 9 hydrolic clutch

Hi All,

Do any of you guys use or have used a centre hydrolic clutch conversion on a pinto and type 9? Any good reliable types to look for.
Pictures of it installed and plumbing would be a massive help.

Thanks

Regards

Tony.

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jossey

posted on 20/11/17 at 02:50 PM Reply With Quote
I used sbd as reference and for parts for my HYDRAULIC clutch.

http://www.sbdev.co.uk/Clutches/Clutch_Release_Mechanisms/Clutch_Release_Mechanisms.htm

What's the reason for the swap out?





Thanks



David Johnson

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Thatcher

posted on 20/11/17 at 07:54 PM Reply With Quote
Hi thanks for the info.

I am still building my and with a pedal box that has a master cylinder and with a curated going in once VIA is done with the Pinto.

Thanks.

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starterman

posted on 21/11/17 at 07:50 PM Reply With Quote
I turned my Type 9 hydraulic for the costly sum of 7. I fitted the cheapest slave cylinder I could find externally and used a lever to turn the push cylinder into a pull. Works a treat.
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coozer

posted on 21/11/17 at 09:42 PM Reply With Quote
FWD Motorsport do a concentric conversion. Very handy if the bellhousing is very close to the chassis.





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coozer

posted on 21/11/17 at 09:47 PM Reply With Quote
Thats RWD just search concetric bearing





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