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this is what will come in the box as a kit.



Prototypes tested and finished!

Finally! Due to popular demand, our EF hydraulic clutch master cylinder conversion that we've put it in production and will be taking orders for them. Our kit will bolt on to your existing pedals and will require very little welding which any welder can do for you as we will include the pieces that need to be welded.

Tired of snapping clutch cables?

Sick of ugly clutch cables?

Love the feel of your buddy's hydraulic clutched EG, DC, EK?

Now EF owners can have it!





The kit features precision laser cut steel TIG welded for strength, powdercoated for durability. Detailed instructions included with every kit. Uses EG/EK/DC clutch master cylinder (not included).

MSRP: $150

email [email protected] or call 630-407-0711 to order yours today!

additional options:

Honda clutch pedal with pre-welded washers for 100% bolt-in application: $45

Honda master cylinder: $100

Honda fluid reservoir: $45

feed line with hose clamps: $10

pressure line kit to any slave cylinder: $75
 

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Hydraulic line install kits available for D, H, K or B series transmissions upon request. Same quality as our clutch line kits, available in an assortment of colors, DOT approved, steel braided :up:
 

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You son of a B*tch!!!!!!! :silly:

Good sh*t man!!!! I love it.. It looks really good man.. :up:

Any side shots?
 

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You son of a B*tch!!!!!!! :silly:

Good sh*t man!!!! I love it.. It looks really good man.. :up:

Any side shots?
i'll have side shots up soon. maybe next week. of course, you could take side shots all you want when it shows up at your door :D
 

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i'll have side shots up soon. maybe next week. of course, you could take side shots all you want when it shows up at your door :D
Yeah I bet... Well im getting another Crx soon and if I decide to keep that as the chassis, you will definitely be hearing from me.. You guys offer any warranty on it? :rolleyes:
 

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Yeah I bet... Well im getting another Crx soon and if I decide to keep that as the chassis, you will definitely be hearing from me.. You guys offer any warranty on it? :rolleyes:
if you can break it, i can use an extra set of hands here at the shop.

it's been tested in a crx with clutchmasters fx700 to give you an idea :p
 

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if you can break it, i can use an extra set of hands here at the shop.

it's been tested in a crx with clutchmasters fx700 to give you an idea :p
Sounds good.... That's exactly what I had in my last Crx and it was one of the reasons I parted it out.. Just couldn't hold up... The pedal assembly kept bending... :down:
 

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Sounds good.... That's exactly what I had in my last Crx and it was one of the reasons I parted it out.. Just couldn't hold up... The pedal assembly kept bending... :down:
damn, i think you'll be satisfied with our kit.
 

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damn, i think you'll be satisfied with our kit.
Sounds good. I'll take your word for it.. :up: I HATE the cable setup and conversion kit for the K.
 

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Have you tried any aftermarket Clutch Master Cylinder kits on it such as the one from the Tilton release bearing kit?
 

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Sounds good. I'll take your word for it.. :up: I HATE the cable setup and conversion kit for the K.
i know EXACTLY what you mean. i knew from the beginning that i wanted to run a hydro clutch in my rex. none of the kits on the market really eliminated the cable. i'm running the carbonetics single on my CRX and my hydro conversion is the 1st prototype we made. Needless to say, I had to add a brace on it but it holds up great! however, this production model we released makes my prototype look like a twig.
 

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Have you tried any aftermarket Clutch Master Cylinder kits on it such as the one from the Tilton release bearing kit?
nope. i've only used the stock honda master cylinders to date. i figured if it ain't broke why fix it? that tilton unit however looks like pure sex!
 

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i know EXACTLY what you mean. i knew from the beginning that i wanted to run a hydro clutch in my rex. none of the kits on the market really eliminated the cable. i'm running the carbonetics single on my CRX and my hydro conversion is the 1st prototype we made. Needless to say, I had to add a brace on it but it holds up great! however, this production model we released makes my prototype look like a twig.
I know... I remember the one that you posted and I had one made that looked like it as well.. Still had a few setbacks with it.. This new one though does look a lot better..
nope. i've only used the stock honda master cylinders to date. i figured if it ain't broke why fix it? that tilton unit however looks like pure sex!
Oh... I asked because I had that Tilton unit in my car and it bent the pushrod in no time. It had an adapter plate which brought it back further and messed it up.... I wasted that Tilton release bearing unit in less than 12 hours.. $400 wasted just like that... :down:
 
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