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Old 06-08-2019, 08:57 PM
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Anyone using a 3/4 bore clutch master in an early C4? Iím considering a hydraulic TOB without the hassle of a clutch fork but the speedway one I have has the mounting bolts in different locations.

Or does anyone have any experience using the stock clutch master with a hydraulic TOB? I wonder if it would be capable of pushing enough fluid?

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I have a Mcleod clutch master on my 93. Mcleod used a adapter plate on the CNC brand clutch master to fit on the late model C4.





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I have a Mcleod clutch master on my 93. Mcleod used a adapter plate on the CNC brand clutch master to fit on the late model C4.






Didnít notice the adapter at first. Can that still be ordered?

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Didnít notice the adapter at first. Can that still be ordered?
Not sure, the clutch master was sold with their twin street clutch kit. I'm not sure if they make that kit for the C4 anymore.
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Not sure, the clutch master was sold with their twin street clutch kit. I'm not sure if they make that kit for the C4 anymore.
Just my luck. Happen to remember if the adapter portion is removable?
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Yup, just remove the nuts. Just a plate with two threaded rod installed.

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