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    Hopefully preventer of broken parts

    Some friends told me about this Thought I would share it with you guys and see what you thought?

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  2. There are a few cars that actually come with these from the factory. It just limits the amount of flow through the line. So if you dump the clutch, it basically slows down the fluid transfer thus slipping the clutch. I think it certainly has its merits, but may slip the clutch so much that you actually "cook" it. If I remember correctly the 540i series of BMW's have these.(among others) It would be neat to try!
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    Our cars (a least the 2gs) have this built into the slave cylinder

    Hal
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    I did not know that this was built into the 2gs slave cylinder. But I ordered one last week and recieved it yesterday So I will let you know how it does. I am hoping for some better 60's and to keep my rear axles under the car lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal View Post
    Our cars (a least the 2gs) have this built into the slave cylinder

    Hal
    I didn't know this either I though the thing that bolt to the tranny that most people take off and run a SS line to the slave did something like this Clutch Masters thing but being that Justin and me have removed that stock what ever its called this might help.

    Getting this launch down with a twin disk is kicking my a** or should I say my cars rear end Lol

    Her is a before and after I don't think I will be having any problems anymore LOL
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    Believe it or not, but for a small margin of extra control on a twin disk, it's actually a good idea to have the restrictor and accumulator in the hydraulic system.

    It will allow you to have a little more control with the "light switch" engagement that twin disks usually have.

    The accumulator will so make it easier to keep from overextending the pressure plate fingers on disengagement.

    Marcus

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    There are alot of people that go back to the accumulator on twin discs. They say it makes a night and day difference in how it feels and engages.

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