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Vigilante Toyo Tech
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NA 93 Master Cylinder same as TT?

Just wondering, i'm using a NA one on my 6spd and with the clutch pedal pushrod FULLY extended to its furthest point and engagement is very poor. Just wondering if this could be my problem or maybe they are the same. :(

Next I will have to inspect

Slave cylinder
bent clutch fork



NO leaks are present

-bpyle
 

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The TT should be bigger. I'm using TT brakes but still have the NA MC, and it's working fine. Maybe you gotta rebleed the system?
 

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michaelvanle said:
The TT should be bigger. I'm using TT brakes but still have the NA MC, and it's working fine. Maybe you gotta rebleed the system?
Sounded like he was talking clutch master Michael...and ALL MkIV's take the same part number clutch master cylinder. Pn 31410-14310. Which means...either he's got a worn out clutch, or a poorly manufactured clutch pressure plate, air in the system, etc...there should be no adjustments except the one he mentioned. Blb... bent fork is highly unlikely...have you checked to make sure the system is fully bled?

Mark
 
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