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Old 05-29-2014, 08:12 AM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Clutch Slipping

Sup guys! Got a prob! About 4 months ago a bought a clutch masters fx350. I did a complete 6spd swap about a year ago and didn't get new slave/master cylinder also I have a fidanza 13lb flywheel. Now 4 months in on the clutch and my peddle is stinking to the floor with no visual leakage. I'm gonna replace both master and slave cylinders but what my question is that would a bad slave and master cylinder cause my clutch to act like I'm gonna have to replace it soon????? this really is pissing me off cause the fx350 is not cheap and I did the proper brake in. Any idea what's happening? ?? Thx!
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Thanks for the thread fix! Sorry bout that.
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Thanks for the thread fix! Sorry bout that.


Did you ever fix this issue?
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Did you ever fix this issue?
Yes! It was a bad master cylinder so I got the one from Nissan and replaced both master and slave and problem solved. Thx
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