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Hey guys. Well I FINALLY got in my ATS/Carbonetics Clutch, however I have not received my Nismo slave cylinder yet. I am wondering how difficult is it to change out a slave cylinder? I mean can I get my shop to change out the clutch now and then I install the Nismo slave cylinder at the house myself in a few days? I would not think it is a very difficult job, however I could of course be wrong as I don’t really know what is necessary to do it. Any info you guys can offer would be greatly appreciated. Also if it is indeed a DIY job, if you guys can give quick instructions I would appreciate that as well. Thx a lot.


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Its easy to change as long as you can get under the car, & have a good mate who will come round and help you bleed it after you fit it!!

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Cool. Any info on the actual work? If it is relatively easy I will do it myself with a friend.


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2 x 14mm bolts.... one hose... thats it. Just remember to loosen the hose before you take of the slave...

And bleed the system after... it shouldnt take more than 30min max...

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So I just got off the phone with ATS/Carbonetics and they tell me that I SHOULD NOT use the Nismo slave cylinder with their clutch. From what they tell me, it will not work properly and will actually sacrifice performance. I had no idea of this as I had always heard the upgrade was a good thing. Any opinions?

On a side note, with ATS/Carbonetics you actually DO the pull to push conversion. They send you everything you need in the box in order to do it! I had NO IDEA of this until I talked to the guy again.


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