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Old 02-18-2013, 01:31 PM
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Default Aluminum LT1 slave cylinder!!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/BAHNHOF-CLUT...-/150904764698

next time your doing a clutch use that!!!! pretty scary having a high pressure clutch in the car and watching the slave flange bend when you press the clutch pedal(well while someone else does it....)
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Does that have a bleeder like the McLeod one? Looks like it has a place for one
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it has a bleeder.
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nice. T56 this summer!?!?
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lets do it!!!! haha
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I want to do either a 3600 stall converter or T56 swap this summer. I'm bored with factory stalled auto. I think obv stalled auto would be cheaper but if I find a deal on a parts car or something maybe I'll grab that...

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it has a bleeder.
you have a bleeder
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