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before anyone trys to attack me ill start by saying YES!! i have searched every were to find the answer to my questions but i cant any were. searched on here, Google, rx7city etc etc..
I want to know what you guys are using for a clutch master cylinder. mi know the stock rx7 one uses the reservoir from the breaks. they share the fluid kinda thing.
i was wondering if people change that to be separate, if there is any benefits to it being separate, or does a 2nd or 1st gen rx7 clutch master cylinder work??
Or should i leave it the way mazda made it from factory??
Opinions and personal experience all welcome..
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secondly, It doesnt provide any real benifit to use another reservoir. I'd leave it alone unless you got an aftermarked clutch and the clutch master cylinder its not able to handle and new clutch springs.
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