5.0 t5 clutch master cylinder?

Old 12-05-18, 09:40 AM
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5.0 t5 clutch master cylinder?

Can anyone tell me what m/c they are using for the clutch? I am using the speedway pull slave that is a copy of the Wilwood. I think t is about 3/4 " piston diameter.
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Granny’s sold me a Wilwood 1” M/C. PN 260-3378. I believe I have the same slave cylinder as you. You can look back through my thread to around late summer 2017 to see if it looks the same.

I cant tell you how good it works/feels because I haven’t added fluid or drive the car yet. Someone on the thread I think recommended a 3/4”, but you’d have to look back through my thread for that too. The part does seem like good quality stuff. What you would expect from Wilwood.

Best luck.
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I have one still in the box, pretty sure it's a 1 inch in my attic. I'll look, but BE SURE you go with the right one, because if you go to big you'll blow out the throwout bearing

from what I just googled, mine is a 3/4. their much smaller than the 1inch. works fine.

call speedway either way and take their advice
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