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Old 03-12-2019, 04:06 PM
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i have a 00 ap1 wondering what brand or good kits there are for my car, and any tips to go along with it. i’m planning on changing it myself if all goes well, so any tips would be appreciated.
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Oem is about your only option. Use a proper 10mm flare nut wrench for the master to slave hardline. Do not use a standard open end 10mm wrench. It will strip the fitting and that replacement line has been discontinued for a year or two now. Change the fluid regularly. It will keep the seals from prematurely wearing. I flush mine every 6 months. The initial bleeding of the slave cylinder requires it to be off the transmission housing. Position it vertically with the bleed nipple at the top. An air bubble usually gets trapped if the initial bleed is done while attached to the housing.
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Adler is a nissin MC, ive used them with no issues and its much cheaper than buying from a dealership
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I installed this one without issues: https://www.ebay.com/itm/HONDA-CLUTC...QAAOxy-8pSZw2u

For the slave cylinder, I have one for sale. It only has 1,700 miles on it. It has some rust. See my for sale thread in my signature.
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One that you purchasw from a Honda dealership has been proven and tested by Honda.

None of the rest have. So there's never a guarantee that any aftermarket part will work.
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One that you purchasw from a Honda dealership has been proven and tested by Honda.

None of the rest have. So there's never a guarantee that any aftermarket part will work.
Nissin makes the master cylinder, not honda. Buying it from a dealer is a waste of money. Same thing with any kind of roller bearings like a wheel bearing. Honda does not make wheel bearings and you'll pay twice as much if not more buying from a dealer for the same exact part.
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